Loading...

Results: 18 Products
View
Results: 15 Pages
Singing In The Rain Jr. - Broadway Junior Menu LEARN MORE About Broadway Junior What Comes With the Showkit™? How to License a Broadway Junior Musical Order an Audio Sampler Frequently Asked Questions 60-Min.ute Musicals [JR.] 60-Minute Musicals Aladdin Jr. (Disney) Alice in Wonderland Jr. (Disney) Annie Jr. Beauty and the Beast Jr. (Disney) Bugsy Malone Jr. Children Of Eden Jr. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Jr. Dear Edwina Jr. Doctor Dolittle Jr. Elf The Musical Jr. Fame Jr. Fiddler on the Roof Jr. Finian's Rainbow Jr. Flat Stanley Jr. Frozen Jr. (Disney) A Ghost Tale for Mr. Dickens Jr. (Magic Tree House) Godspell Jr. Guys and Dolls Jr. Hairspray Jr. High School Musical Jr. (Disney) High School Musical 2 Jr. (Disney) Honk! Jr. Into the Woods Jr. James and the Giant Peach Jr. (Roald Dahl) Junie B. Jones Jr. Legally Blonde Jr. The Lion King Jr. (Disney) The Little Mermaid Jr. (Disney) Madagascar - A Musical Adventure Jr. Mary Poppins Jr. (Disney/Cameron Mackintosh) Matilda Jr. (Roald Dahl) Moana Jr. (Disney) The Music Man Jr. My Son Pinocchio Jr. (Disney) Once on This Island Jr. Peter Pan Jr. (Broadway) The Phantom Tollbooth Jr. The Pirates of Penzance Jr. Schoolhouse Rock Live! Jr. Seussical Jr. Shrek Jr. Singin' In The Rain Jr. Sister Act Jr. Thoroughly Modern Millie Jr. Willy Wonka Jr. (Roald Dahl) Xanadu Jr. 30-Min.ute Musicals [KIDS] 30-Minute Musicals 101 Dalmatians KIDS (Disney) Aladdin KIDS (Disney) Annie KIDS Aristocats KIDS (Disney) Dinosaurs Before Dark KIDS (Magic Tree House) Frozen KIDS (Disney) The Jungle Book KIDS (Disney) The Knight at Dawn KIDS (Magic Tree House) The Lion King KIDS (Disney) The Music Man KIDS Pirates Past Noon KIDS (Magic Tree House) Seussical KIDS Willy Wonka KIDS (Roald Dahl) Winnie the Pooh KIDS (Disney) A Year with Frog and Toad KIDS Product Information Musical Numbers Cast of Characters Credits Screenplay by Betty Comden & Adolph Green Songs by Nacio Herb Brown & Arthur Freed Based on the classic Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer film, by special arrangement with Warner Bros. Theatre Ventures, Inc. Overview / Synopsis The "Greatest Movie Musical of All Time" is faithfully and lovingly adapted by Broadway legends Betty Comden and Adolph Green from their original award-winning screenplay in Singin' In The Rain JR. Hilarious situations, snappy dialogue, and a hit-parade score of Hollywood standards make Singin' In The Rain JR. a guaranteed good time for performers and audience members alike. Singin' In The Rain JR. has all the makings of a Tinseltown tabloid headline - the starlet, the leading man and a love affair that could change lives and make or break careers! In silent movies, Don Lockwood and Lina Lamont are a hot item, but behind the scenes things aren't always as they appear on the big screen! Meanwhile, Lina's squeaky voice might be the end of her career in "talking pictures" without the help of a talented young actress to do the talking and singing for her. Three extraordinary roles for young dancers and a tour de force comedic turn make Singin' In The Rain JR. a perfect choice for any group with an abundance of talent ready to shine. Audio Sampler - HL00151890 $10.00 ShowKit - HL00151881 $695.00 This ShowKit includes: Production Guide Director's Guide P/V Vocal Score 30 Actor Scripts 2 Rehearsal CDs 2 Accompaniment CDs Media Disc Choreographic DVD Cross-curricular Guide 30 Family Matters Booklets 60-Minute JR. Request Individual Components 00151882 - Director's Guide $100.00 00151883 - Piano/Vocal Score $40.00 00151884 - Actor's Script $10.00 00151885 - Actor's Script 10-pak $75.00 09971451 - Perf/Accomp CD $75.00 00151886 - Student Rehearsal CD $10.00 00151887 - Student Rehearsal CD 20-pak $100.00 00151888 - Choreography DVD $50.00 00151889 - Media Disc $10.00 00151890 - Audio Sampler $10.00 Hear A Sample SCENE 1 Fit As a Fiddle [Cosmo, Don, Crowd] SCENE 3 All I Do is Dream of You [Kathy, Kathy's Girls] SCENE 4 Make 'Em Laugh [Cosmo, Stagehands, Chorus Girls] Lucky Star [Kathy] You Were Meant For Me [Don, Kathy] SCENE 5 Moses Supposes [Don, Cosmo, Students] SCENE 6 Good Morning [Kathy, Cosmo, Don] Singin' in the Rain [Don, Ensemble] SCENE 7 Lina's Film Would You [Lina] Kathy's Film Would You [Kathy] What's Wrong With Me [Lina] SCENE 8 Broadway Melody [Broadway Melody Host, Dancers, Chorus] SCENE 9 Lina's Would You [Lina, Kathy, Cosmo] Lucky Star (Reprise) [Don, Kathy, Ensemble] Bows [Cast] Dora Bailey Always first on the scene for any major film opening, and she has the Hollywood scoop. This is a perfect non-singing role for a student with a great speaking voice who isn't quite ready for a lead. Gender: Female Don Lockwood Hollywood's leading man in silent film. Charming and charismatic, Don has no shortage of female admirers. Don is smart and levelheaded; he likes being a famous Hollywood actor, but he doesn't let the celebrity hype go to his head. Cast your best male singer and actor in this role, and someone who pairs well with Kathy. Gender: Male Vocal Range: Eb4 - Bb2 Lina Lamont A glamorous star of Hollywood's silent films. She believes everything amazing she reads about herself in the gossip magazines, including that she and Don Lockwood are madly in love. Your actress will have to work to accomplish the right amount of exasperating ditz to bring this character to life. Cast a confident, comedic actress who is not afraid to take positive risks and can keep Lina's nasal, grating voice consistent throughout the entire show. Gender: Female Vocal Range: Db5 - Bb3 Cosmo Brown Often serves as the comic relief in the show. Quick-witted and sure-footed, Cosmo is fast with a one-liner to lighten the mood. Cosmo is Don's right-hand man, and it's great to cast someone who physically contrasts with Don. Cast someone with great comedic chops and a strong musical sense as he leads many numbers in the show. Gender: Male Vocal Range: Eb5 - Bb2 Roz Always by Lina's side, or trailing after her. As Lina's manager, Roz works hard to make sure nothing upsets her. This non-singing character is a great supporting role for a promising young actress. Gender: Female R.F. Simpson The studio producer in charge of "Lockwood-Lamont" films. R.F.'s first and foremost goal is to make money, and if that means doing a talkie film that's fine with him. Cast a character actor who can show off R.F.'s anxious boss persona. This is a great non- singing role for a physically smaller actor with a big voice. Gender: Male Dexter The studio's director for Lamont and Lockwood films. He's loud and blustery, and he's easily frustrated with his assistants and Lina. This is a perfect non-singing role for an actor with a big voice who can show his frustration as he works to complete his first talkie. Gender: Male Dexter's Assistants Dexter's 1st, 2nd and 3rd Assistants are great featured roles for ensemble members who are new to the stage. Gender: Both Kathy Selden Wants to become an actress. She takes her career as an artist seriously and is embarrassed that she has to take jobs like singing and popping out of a cake just to get by. Cast your strongest singer and actress who can easily portray an honest likability as well as a tough exterior. An actress who pairs well with Don is also important as they have many scenes together. Gender: Female Vocal Range: Eb5 - G3 Miss Dinsmore and the Teacher The vocal coaches hired to turn Lina's voice into cultured perfection and to work with all of the other actors in the show. Tough, proper and slightly overworked, these characters are great roles to feature your hard-working ensemble members. These are non-solo singing roles. Gender: Female Zelda Lina's right-hand gal, who informs her that Kathy's voice is being dubbed over hers. Zelda can be dramatic and over-the-top like Lina, but at her core, she cares about her friend. This is a fantastic featured role for a confident performer who is unafraid to make bold choices. Gender: Female Sam A sound engineer, should be all business. Cast a young person who is comfortable taking charge onstage. Gender: Both Broadway Melody Host A natural leader. This role can be male or female and should be one of your stronger singers. This actor doesn't need to be an excellent dancer, but he or she needs to command the stage with an air of confidence. Gender: Both Vocal Range: F5 - Bb2 Broadway Dancers Broadway Dancers #1 and #2 are featured in "Broadway Melody" and should be excellent singers and dancers. Gender: Both Vocal Range: F5 - C3 Chorus Girls The Chorus Girls #1, #2, #3 and #4 are great featured singing roles in "Make 'Em Laugh." They don't need to be great singers as long as they can convey character and are able to be heard. Gender: Female Vocal Range: D5 - C4 Stagehands Stagehands #1, #2 and #3 are great featured singing roles in "Make 'Em Laugh." They don't need to be great singers as long as they can convey character and are able to be heard. Gender: Both Vocal Range: C5 - F4 Ensemble The ensemble roles in Singin' In The Rain JR. are comprised of the Crowd, Pedestrians, including Pedestrian #1 and Pedestrian #2, Stars, Fans, including Fan #1 and Fan #2, Policeman, Party Guests, including Young Lady, Kathy's Girls, Chorus Girls, Broadway Chorus, Guests, a Sound Engineer, Stagehands, Students, Sound Crew, Screening Guests, a Passerby, the Butler, Orchestra Leader and Audience Members. They really make the 1920s Golden Age of Hollywood come alive and are essential to this romantic light-hearted comedy. These ensemble groups are filled with named characters that have lines, so many of your ensemble students will have featured moments. Depending on your cast size, these ensemble groups can all be double or triple cast. Even if you have actors playing three or four different ensemble roles, emphasize the importance of character, and make sure your young performers make consistent character choices when they step onstage. Gender: Both
Eric Whitacre: Composer, Conductor, Speaker - Hal Leonard Online "Whitacre is that rare thing, a modern composer who is both popular and original"– The Daily Telegraph, London Grammy-winning composer and conductor Eric Whitacre is one of the most popular musicians of our time. His concert music has been performed throughout the world by millions of amateur and professional musicians alike, while his ground-breaking Virtual Choirs have united singers from over 110 different countries. A graduate of the prestigious Juilliard School of Music, Eric was recently appointed Artist in Residence with the Los Angeles Master Chorale having completed a five-year term as Composer in Residence at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge University, UK. As conductor of the Eric Whitacre Singers he has released several chart-topping albums including 2010’s bestselling Light and Gold. A sought after guest conductor, Eric has conducted choral and instrumental concerts around the globe, including sold-out concerts with the London Symphony Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and the Minnesota Orchestra. In addition to several collaborations with legendary Hollywood composer Hans Zimmer, he has worked with British pop icons Laura Mvula, Imogen Heap and Annie Lennox. A charismatic speaker, Eric has given keynote addresses for many Fortune 500 companies and global institutions including Apple, Google, the World Economic Forum in Davos, the United Nations Speaker’s Programme and two main stage TED talks. Music Chorals Alleluia Eric Whitacre SATB divisi a cappella $3.25 (US) #HL 08754807 Animal Crackers Ogden Nash & Eric Whitacre SATB $3.25 (US) #HL 08746973 Animal Crackers II Ogden Nash & Eric Whitacre SATB $3.25 (US) #HL 08751016 As Is the Sea Marvelous No. 4 from The City and the Sea e.e. cummings & Eric Whitacre SATB $2.75 (US) #HL 08753350 A Boy and a Girl Octavio Paz & Eric Whitacre SATB $2.50 (US) #HL 08744627 The Boy Who Laughed at Santa Claus Octavio Paz & Eric Whitacre SATB Choir/Treble Choir $8.95 (US) #HL 00283852 Score/Audio Preview The Chelsea Carol Charles Anthony Silvestri & Eric Whitacre SATB, Organ $3.25 (US) #HL 00117714 Child of Wonder from The Sacred Veil Charles Anthony Silvestri & Eric Whitacre SATB divisi a cappella $2.75 (US) #HL 00324745 Score/Audio Preview The City and the Sea e.e. cummings & Eric Whitacre SATB $8.95 (US) #HL 00292595 Deep Field Eric Whitacre SATB $2.75 (US) #HL 00217739 Score & Parts also available Enjoy the Silence Martin Gore & Eric Whitacre SATB divisi a cappella $3.25 (US) #HL 00155190 Score/Audio Preview Equus Eric Whitacre SATB divisi $2.95 (US) #HL 00190908 Score & Parts also available Equus Eric Whitacre SATB Set of 40 Octavos $80.00 (US) #HL 00190909 Score & Parts also available Fly to Paradise Eric Whitacre SATB divisi $3.25 (US) #HL 00138730 Score/Audio Preview Glow Edward Esch & Eric Whitacre SATB $2.25 (US) #HL 00151666 Optional String Parts also available Glow Edward Esch & Eric Whitacre/adpt. Emily Crocker SSA, SAB, TTB $2.75 (US) #HL 00276548 Godzilla Eats Las Vegas! Eric Whitacre SATB $2.95 (US) #HL 00217741 Score & Parts also available Godzilla Eats Las Vegas! Eric Whitacre SATB SET OF 40 OCTAVOS $79.99 (US) #HL 00217742 Score & Parts also available Goodnight Moon Margaret Wise Brown & Eric Whitacre SATB $3.10 (US) #HL 00283875 Score & Parts also available Score/Audio Preview Her Sacred Spirit Soars Charles Anthony Silvestri & Eric Whitacre SATB Double Choir $3.50 (US) #HL 08745015 Higher, Faster, Stronger Eric Whitacre SATB with Piano $15.95 (US) #HL 14042751 Instrumental Parts & Full Score also available Home from The Sacred Veil Charles Anthony Silvestri & Eric Whitacre SATB $2.75 (US) #HL 00324738 Score/Audio Preview Hurt Trent Reznor/arr. Eric Whitacre SATB $3.10 (US) #HL 00323127 Score/Audio Preview I Carry Your Heart e.e. cummings & Eric Whitacre SATB $2.95 (US) #HL 00269490 Score/Audio Preview I Walked the Boulevard No. 1 from The City and the Sea e.e. cummings & Eric Whitacre SATB $2.75 (US) #HL 08753347 Little Man in a Hurry No. 5 from The City and the Sea e.e. cummings & Eric Whitacre SATB $3.25 (US) #HL 08753351 Maggie and Milly and Molly and May No. 3 from The City and the Sea e.e. cummings & Eric Whitacre SATB $2.75 (US) #HL 08753349 The Moon Is Hiding In Her Hair No. 2 from The City and the Sea e.e. cummings & Eric Whitacre SATB $2.25 (US) #HL 08753348 Nox Aurumque Charles Anthony Silvestri & Eric Whitacre SATB a cappella $3.25 (US) #HL 08751018 Oculi Omnium Eric Whitacre SATB divisi a cappella $3.25 (US) #HL 08754805 The Sacred Veil Charles Anthony Silvestri & Eric Whitacre SATB $16.95 (US) #HL 00347410 CD also available Sainte-Chapelle Charles Anthony Silvestri & Eric Whitacre SSATB a cappella $3.25 (US) #HL 00137741 The Seal Lullaby Rudyard Kipling & Eric Whitacre/adpt. Emily Crocker SA, TB & SAB $2.75 (US) #HL 00276434 Score & Parts also available The Seal Lullaby Rudyard Kipling & Eric Whitacre SATB, SSA & TTBB $2.95 (US) Score & Parts also available Sing Gently Eric Whitacre SATB $2.75 (US) #HL 00354707 Score & Parts also available Virtual Choir Video Sing Gently Eric Whitacre SSA & TTB $2.75 (US) #HL 00368593 Score & Parts also available Sleep My Child David Noroña & Eric Whtiacre SATB a cappella $3.25 (US) #HL 08751020 Score & Parts also available The Star-Spangled Banner Francis Scott Key & John Stafford-Smith/arr. Eric Whitacre SATB divisi a cappella $2.95 (US) #HL 00198264 Score & Parts also available Score/Audio Preview Performance Video The Stolen Child William Butler Yeats & Eric Whitacre SATB a cappella $3.95 (US) #HL 08751017 This Marriage Jalal al-Din Rumi & Eric Whitacre SATB a cappella $2.50 (US) #HL 08745014 You Rise, I Fall from The Sacred Veil Charles Anthony Silvestri & Eric Whitacre SATB divisi $3.25 (US) #HL 00324737 Score/Audio Preview Vocal Glow Eric Whitacre Piano/Vocal/Guitar $4.99 (US) #HL 00299372 Goodnight Moon Margaret Wise Brown & Eric Whitacre Soprano & Piano $4.99 (US) #HL 00146391 Other Publications Eric Whitacre: Hurt & I Carry Your Heart Double A-Side 10-inch Vinyl Eric Whitacre $14.99 (US) #HL 00298649 Leonardo Dreams of His Flying Machine Eric Whitacre $21.99 (US) #HL 00319889 Light & Gold CD Eric Whitacre $16.98 (US) #HL 08753329 Sing as One CD Eric Whitacre $19.95 (US) #HL 00362024 Sleep Charles Anthony Silvestri & Anne Horjus Illustrated Children’s Book (Hardcover) $17.99 (US) #HL 00121999 Concert Band Cloudburst Eric Whitacre Score & Parts $195.00 (US) #HL 04002074 Cloudburst Eric Whitacre Score $50.00 (US) #HL 04002075 Audio Preview Equus Eric Whitacre Score & Parts $225.00 (US) #HL 04001886 Equus Eric Whitacre Score $60.00 (US) #HL 04001887 Optional Choral Part also available Audio Preview Ghost Train Movement 1 (from Ghost Train Trilogy) Eric Whitacre Score & Parts $175.00 (US) #HL 04001838 Audio Preview Ghost Train Trilogy Complete Set (Three Movements) Eric Whitacre Score & Parts $375.00 (US) #HL 04001840 Ghost Train Trilogy Complete Set (Three Movements) Eric Whitacre Score $60.00 (US) #HL 04001841 Godzilla Eats Las Vegas! Eric Whitacre Score & Parts $200.00 (US) #HL 04001836 Godzilla Eats Las Vegas! Eric Whitacre Score $60.00 (US) #HL 04001837 Optional Choral Part also available Goodnight Moon Margaret Wise Brown & Eric Whitacre/arr. Michael Markowski Score & Parts $125.00 (US) #HL 04006477 Goodnight Moon Margaret Wise Brown & Eric Whitacre/arr. Michael Markowski $35.00 (US) #HL 04006478 Choral & Wind Ensemble also available Lux Aurumque Eric Whitacre Score & Parts $125.00 (US) #HL 04002371 Lux Aurumque Eric Whitacre Score $35.00 (US) #HL 04002372 Orchestra & Marimba Quartet also available Audio Preview Noisy Wheels of Joy Eric Whitacre Score & Parts $125.00 (US) #HL 04001966 Noisy Wheels of Joy Eric Whitacre Score $35.00 (US) #HL 04001967 Audio Preview October Eric Whitacre Score & Parts $125.00 (US) #HL 04001888 October Eric Whitacre Score $35.00 (US) #HL 04001889 Orchestra & Marimba Quartet also available The Seal Lullaby Level 4 Concert Band Eric Whitacre Score & Parts $125.00 (US) #HL 04003047 The Seal Lullaby Level 4 Concert Band Eric Whitacre Score $35.00 (US) #HL 04003048 Choral Part also available Audio Preview The Seal Lullaby For Flex-Band Eric Whitacre/arr. Robert J. Ambrose Score & Parts $75.00 (US) #HL 04006898 The Seal Lullaby For Flex-Band Eric Whitacre/arr. Robert J. Ambrose Score $10.00 (US) #HL 04006899 Choral Part also available Score/Audio Preview Sing Gently for Flexible Wind Band Eric Whitacre/arr. Verena Mösenbichler-Bryant Score & Parts $75.00 (US) #HL 04007061 Sing Gently for Flexible Wind Band Eric Whitacre/arr. Verena Mösenbichler-Bryant Score $10.00 (US) #HL 04007062 Sleep Eric Whitacre Score & Parts $125.00 (US) #HL 04002139 Sleep Eric Whitacre Score $35.00 (US) #HL 04002140 Marimba Quartet also available Audio Preview Sleep, My Child (from Paradise Lost: Shadows and Wings) Eric Whitacre/arr. Jeffrey Gershman Score & Parts $125.00 (US) #HL 04003374 Sleep, My Child (from Paradise Lost: Shadows and Wings) Eric Whitacre Score $35.00 (US) #HL 04003375 Choral Part also available Audio Preview The Star-Spangled Banner John Stafford-Smith/arr. Eric Whitacre Score & Parts $75.00 (US) #HL 04005667 The Star-Spangled Banner John Stafford-Smith/arr. Eric Whitacre Score $25.00 (US) #HL 04005668 Choral Part also available Orchestra A Boy and a Girl Octavio Paz & Eric Whitacre Score & Parts $70.00 (US) #HL 04492511 A Boy and a Girl Octavio Paz & Eric Whitacre Study Score $8.95 (US) #HL 14042176 Marimba Quartet also available Deep Field For Full Orchestra, Choir and Smartphone App Eric Whitacre Score & Parts $525.00 (US) #HL 04492514 Deep Field For Full Orchestra, Choir and Smartphone App Eric Whitacre Score $75.00 (US) #HL 04492515 Performance Video Lux Aurumque For Full Orchestra Eric Whitacre Score & Parts $125.00 (US) #HL 04004983 Lux Aurumque For Full Orchestra Eric Whitacre Score $35.00 (US) #HL 04004984 Concert Band & Marimba Quartet also available October – String Orchestra Eric Whitacre/arr. Paul Lavender Score & Parts $85.00 (US) #HL 04490700 October – String Orchestra Eric Whitacre/arr. Paul Lavender Score $15.00 (US) #HL 04490701 Concert Band & Marimba Quartet also available Audio Preview Chamber Music Deep Field For Wind Ensemble Eric Whitacre Score & Parts $525.00 (US) #HL 04005896 Performance Video Deep Field For Wind Ensemble Eric Whitacre Score $275.00 (US) #HL 04005897 Goodnight Moon For Wind Ensemble and Soloist Margaret Wise Brown & Eric Whitacre/arr. Verena Mösenbichler-Bryant Score & Parts $150.00 (US) #HL 04005423 Goodnight Moon For Wind Ensemble and Soloist Margaret Wise Brown & Eric Whitacre/arr. Verena Mösenbichler-Bryant Score $150.00 (US) #HL 04005424 Choral & Concert Band also available Sing Gently Piano Quintet Eric Whitacre Score & Parts $14.99 (US) #HL 00357027 Choral & Concert Band also available Marimba Quartet A Boy And A Girl Octavio Paz & Eric Whitacre/arr. Joby Burgess $16.95 (US) #HL 00295957 Orchestra also available Performance Video Lux Aurumque Eric Whitacre/arr. Joby Burgess $16.95 (US) #HL 00295958 Concert Band & Orchestra also available Performance Video October Eric Whitacre/arr. Joby Burgess $16.95 (US) #HL 00295955 Concert Band & Orchestra also available Performance Video Sleep Eric Whitacre/arr. Joby Burgess $16.95 (US) #HL 00295961 Concert Band also available Performance Video
Rules - 2022 Hal Leonard Vocal Competition The 2022 HAL LEONARD VOCAL COMPETITION THE NORTH AMERICAN COMPETITION FOR SINGERS, SPONSORED BY THE WORLD LEADER IN VOCAL MUSIC $10,000 IN PRIZES FOR YOUNG SINGERS, CHILDREN THROUGH COLLEGE UNDERGRADUATES Home Previous Winners Rules Art Song Musical Theatre 2022 will be the twelfth year of the Hal Leonard Vocal Competition, the innovative online competition for singers. This is the only vocal competition for all of North America aimed at young singers, ages 23 and under, and one of the first legitimate competitions for music students held entirely online on YouTube. In keeping with our founding values for the competition, there is no entry fee, making it accessible to any qualifying singer, from any location in North America (and U.S. territories), who records a video comprised of songs from the required repertoire, and then posts it on the internet in the prescribed manner by the deadline. This eliminates the commonly encountered expenses of travel to a designated destination on a specific date, as is the case in conventional music competitions. Cash prizes are awarded to first place winners in each category, and valuable gift certificates are awarded to those singers placing second and third. Gift certificates are also possible for those named Honorable Mention. All these prizes are in the spirit of supporting further music study among talented singers. We also very much value the sense of shared community that singers and teachers may find in watching video entries of others from all over North America. We give an inadequate salute to all the thousands of music teachers in North America. You inspire us by keeping our musical heritage alive, passing it on to one student at a time. Best of luck to all! We congratulate our past prize winners! Click on the year to see the video entries of past prize winners: View the Winning Videos Choose a Previous Year 2021 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 Official Rules Common Problems with Rules and Other Topics Judging OFFICIAL RULES In the spirit of fairness to all entries, these rules must be followed explicitly, without exception. It simply would not be fair to all other entrants if we allow an entry that does not follow all the rules. The rules and guidelines apply to both categories, Art Song and Musical Theatre. Official Entry Forms may be accessed at the end of the Required Repertoire for each age division within a category. Entrants must be legal residents of the United States and its territories, or legal residents of Canada. Video entries must be submitted by 1:59 am Central time on February 2, 2022. Any entries after that strict deadline will be disqualified. To be absolutely clear when your video is due, please consult the list of time zones below: Atlantic Time Zone: February 2, 3:59 am Eastern Time Zone: February 2, 2:59 am Central Time Zone: February 2, 1:59 am Mountain Time Zone: February 2, 12:59 am Pacific Time Zone: February 1, 11:59 pm Alaskan Time Zone: February 1, 10:59 pm Hawaiian Time Zone: February 1, 8:59 pm Designated winners may be asked to provide proof of age before the dispensation of prizes. US first place winners will be required to report their Social Security Number for dispensation of cash prizes. Canadian first place winners are subject to a tax withholding as is consistent with the Canadian Revenue Agency. Results will be announced to entrants via email and on www.halleonard.com/vocalcomp by May 1, 2022. We have added an optional field for teacher's email address to the official entry form; if the teacher's email address is entered, the teacher will also receive notification of results. An entrant may only win a first place cash prize once per age division within a category (art song or musical theatre). For instance, if you win first place in the Early Teen Voices Art Song category at age 14, you cannot enter again in that category the next year at age 15. Second Place, Third Place and Honorable Mentions are free to re-enter in the same age division. In the interest of fairness, employees of Hal Leonard, Hal Leonard published composers, editors, arrangers or authors, or members of their immediate families, or their students, are not allowed to enter the Hal Leonard Vocal Competition. You must follow the repertoire guidelines. Music competitions generally have required repertoire, and the Hal Leonard Vocal Competition is no different in this regard. The publications in the required repertoire list for each category and age division have been carefully considered, and generally offer a variety of material from which to choose. In fairness, we must insist that all entrants abide by these prescribed rules. Make certain that you have chosen songs from the required repertoire publications for your age division. It is not acceptable to sing repertoire from another age division, even a higher age division. Doing so will require us to disqualify your entry. You may sing a song traditionally sung by another gender provided the repertoire requirements for your age category are met. For the Children's Voices and Early Teens Voices categories only, we will allow transposition if the voice teacher feels this solves a vocal problem for the singer. If you wish to transpose a song, it is required that you seek permission for each song that you wish to transpose. Permissions must be sought via email to vocal@halleonard.com. Transpositions are allowed only to address vocal issues common to children and voices going through puberty. Transpositions will not be allowed for the high school and college categories. Two contrasting songs are required. Do not sing two slow songs or two fast songs or two songs of similar character. Choose songs that show a broad diversity of your abilities: range, expression, technique, musicality, etc. Accompanists are forbidden to use photocopies. Pianists accompanying singers must play from original publications in printed or ebook form. Entries with visible photocopies or visible loose pages of any kind will be automatically disqualified. Photocopying music is illegal. The purchase of a publication does not grant the right to photocopy for rehearsal or performance with a pianist. Singers are responsible for the accompanist's compliance with this strict rule. We cannot make any exceptions. Pianists must play from original publications, whether this is their preference or not. There is no other choice for this competition. We urge the use of page turners as necessary. If the pianist is playing from a digital version of the music, you may be asked by the judging panel to provide a receipt or other proof of purchase. The performance recorded for the video entry must be acoustic and not amplified. The only microphone(s) involved should be for recording, and your voice must not be amplified. No mixing or sound enhancement is allowed through any kind of soundboard, including at a recording studio. No reverb can be added to the recording. The recording must be honest and acoustic. As closely as possible, it needs to be as if the judges were in the room listening to you perform live. You must sing live on the video. No audio dubbing over your video is allowed. Be aware that if your video entry sounds as if you have added reverb or enhanced the sound in any way, even if this is not the case, the judges will question and possibly disqualify your entry. If you are recording your video in a professional recording studio (which is completely unnecessary and possibly unwise for this competition), the sound engineer must not add reverb, sound enhancement or sound mixing in any way. Complete introductions, interludes, etc., must be performed. All repeats must be performed. If a singer is uncomfortable with a song which has a long introduction or interlude, choose a different song! If using a Hal Leonard companion audio, you may follow the form of the recording. Tasteful, stylistic ornamentation is allowed for Baroque selections in the art song category. Note any specific repertory requirements for each category. For musical theatre selections, a few interpretive liberties are allowed, but these should be deliberately chosen stylistic choices, not musical inaccuracies. The style of singing remains musical theatre, and should not venture into pop/rock/jazz improvisation. The taste and interpretive choices a singer makes will be part of what is judged. If the judges believe the singer has strayed too far away from the song as written, or from the way it is traditionally performed, it could impact the judging. Some teachers seem to think that if a singer does not sing exactly the notes and rhythms that are on the page, that the student audition should not be judged positively. It's up to the judges to decide what is acceptable within the style, and what is not. This applies to the piano accompaniment. Appropriate stylistic deviation is acceptable, however reharmonization and widely varying distractions will not be accepted. For the Art Song competition, in any age category, your video must be titled as follows: HL Art Song 2022 [Your Name] For instance: HL Art Song 2022 Mary Smith To be explicit: HL(one space)Art(one space)Song(one space)2022(one space)Mary(one space)Smith Note that HL is capitalized with no space between the H and L, and the first letter of Art and Song are capitalized. Also note that Art and Song are two separate words, with one space between them. For the Musical Theatre competition, in any age category, your video must be titled as follows: HL Theatre 2022 [Your Name] For instance: HL Theatre 2022 Mary Smith To be explicit: HL(one space)Theatre(one space)2022(one space)Mary(one space)Smith Note that HL is capitalized with no space between the H and L, and the first letter of theatre is capitalized. Note the spelling of Theatre (We have chosen Theatre as the spelling, not Theater, which is another acceptable spelling.) The judges will not spend time searching for your video if it is incorrectly labeled. In the official entry form, you will be providing the link with the web address of your video posting. Hal Leonard will also be copying your posting into the Hal Leonard Vocal Channel. Please double check the link provided. Make sure that your video is set to "public" or "unlisted" and not "private." The video must clearly show your face. A stationary camera position throughout, showing your face and most of your body, is perfectly acceptable, even preferable. Singers are required to sing their selections from memory. If a singer's performance is not memorized, the entry will be disqualified. You may sing with a live pianist in your video entry, or you may sing with official Hal Leonard recorded accompaniments which are packaged with or are companion to the required publications. When using the Hal Leonard recorded accompaniments, you may adjust the tempo as needed using any of several different softwares as long as the pitch does not change, unless as allowed for the Early Teens or Children's categories. Orchestrated accompaniments and MIDI generated backing tracks are not allowed. We will not accept unaccompanied entries. You may not accompany yourself. The video should be in the spirit of a recital or audition. It may be shot in a home, school, church, synagogue, recital hall, or some other appropriate location, with or without an audience. Please take into account the acoustics of the room. A small room with dead acoustics will not flatter a voice. We encourage you to dress appropriately, as you would for a recital or an audition. You are required to introduce yourself and your selections in the video, either verbally before your selection or with a title card before the songs. This is a simple introduction in the spirit of an audition. This introductory portion of the video entry must be limited to the following: FOR THE ART SONG COMPETITION Your name The composer and title of your selection (prior to each song) FOR THE MUSICAL THEATRE COMPETITION Your name The title of the song The show the song is from Do not say or write anything more in your video entry to the Hal Leonard Vocal Competition. Those departing from this stated direction may be disqualified. For the Art Song Competition, a typical model of spoken introduction before the first selection is: I am __________________. I will sing "The Silver Swan" by Orlando Gibbons (Or after your name you could simply state the selection without saying 'I will sing') Before the second selection, simply state the song title and the composer. For example: "Per la gloria d'adorarvi" by Giovanni Bononcini Take very special care to pronounce the title of your song and the composer's name correctly. For the Musical Theatre Competition, a typical model of spoken introduction before the first selection is: I am __________________. I will sing "Part of Your World" from The Little Mermaid. (Or after your name you could simply state the selection without saying 'I will sing') Before the second selection, simply introduce the song by stating the song title and the show the song is from: "Where Is Love" from Oliver! Video editing during a song is not allowed under any circumstances. This will be automatic grounds for disqualification. Each song should be filmed in one continuous take. The only editing allowed in the audition video is the insertion of an introduction, if necessary, and the editing together of two required songs. Do not change camera angles within the performance of a song. Each singer should submit both required songs within one video entry for a category. A singer is allowed to enter both the Art Song and Musical Theatre Competitions. There is no fee required for entry in the Hal Leonard Vocal Competition. We have attempted to thoroughly address all issues in these rules and guidelines. We repeat that, in fairness to all entrants, the official rules must be followed explicitly, without exception. The repertoire requirements must be strictly followed. If you write to us asking us to make an exception for you regarding required repertoire, or asking to submit a video entry to the competition after the stated deadline, we will simply write back stating that we must enforce the rules. We believe questions about topics beyond those covered should be very rare. If they arise, they may be directed to vocal@halleonard.com. COMMON PROBLEMS WITH RULES AND OTHER TOPICS THE USE OF VISIBLE PHOTOCOPIES IS PROHIBITED We have had to disqualify some video entries because of use of photocopies by accompanists, a clear violation of the rules. Most music competitions ban photocopies. Because we are, after all, a music publisher, we must take this rule very seriously. We have also added to this rule a ban of playing from any visible loose pages of music of any kind, whether they are photocopies or pages cut from a book, or any visible loose pages placed in any kind of binder, because the judges cannot tell that loose pages such as these are not photocopies. Singers are responsible for the accompanist's compliance with this strict rule. Pianists must play from original publications, whether this is their preference or not. The purchase of a publication does not grant the right to photocopy for rehearsal or performance with a pianist. We urge the use of page turners as necessary. SONGS MUST BE FROM THE REQUIRED REPERTOIRE LIST Each year we are forced to disqualify a few entries because the singer sings songs that are not from the list of specified required repertoire publications for a category. This has particularly been a problem in the children's categories. Singers must sing songs from the publications listed in the required repertoire list for the category of entry. Music competitions generally have required repertoire, and the Hal Leonard Vocal Competition is no different in this regard. The publications in the required repertoire list for each category and age division have been carefully considered, and generally offer a wide array of material from which to choose. In fairness, we must insist that all entrants abide by these prescribed rules. Each year we receive inquiries that essentially ask, "May I sing a song from a book not on the required repertoire list?" Or, "I have this book not on your repertoire list. May I sing a song from this instead? The answer to these questions will always be no. In fairness to all entrants we must insist that the repertoire rules be followed. If you sing a song not from one of the publications in the required repertoire list, you will be disqualified. Also, many singer entries make mistakes in listing which publication a song is from. Please accurately list in your entry form the title of the book in which your song is published. ENTER THE APPROPRIATE AGE DIVISION AND CATEGORY Age is defined as the entering singer's age on the deadline of February 1, 2022. Make certain that you enter the correct age division of the competition. Each year we have entries in the wrong age division or wrong category, Art Song or Musical Theatre. THE DEADLINE FOR ENTRY MUST BE RESPECTED Video entries must be submitted by 1:59 am Central time on February 2, 2022. Any entries after that strict deadline will be disqualified. To be absolutely clear when your video is due please consult the list of time zones below: Atlantic Time Zone: February 2, 3:59 am Eastern Time Zone: February 2, 2:59 am Central Time Zone: February 2, 1:59 am Mountain Time Zone: February 2, 12:59 am Pacific Time Zone: February 1, 11:59 pm Alaskan Time Zone: February 1, 10:59 pm Hawaiian Time Zone: February 1, 8:59 pm TRANSPOSITIONS For High School and College/Young Adult age divisions, the video entries in the Hal Leonard Vocal Competition, songs must be sung in a published key that is in a publication on the required repertoire list for a category. Note that some of the publications on the required repertoire list come in more than one key (such as High Voice or Low Voice). As long as it is a published key from one of the publications on the required repertoire list, the entry is acceptable. For the Hal Leonard Vocal Competition we will not accept entries of transposed keys that are not in the required repertoire list of publications. We have decided to allow transpositions for the Children's Voices and Early Teen Voices categories, but you must follow the specific instructions stated in the Official Rules and Guidelines. VIDEO AND AUDIO QUALITY While we do not expect professional quality video and audio, after hearing thousands of video auditions for the competition, we have observed that those videos with notably poor video and audio quality make a less than good impression. On some entries the audio is so distorted that it is impossible to get a good impression of the singer's voice. We urge you to do the best you can. Take acoustics and the placement of microphones into account. Please test the recording set up before recording your video. A video audition sung in a small room with dead acoustics will generally make a less flattering vocal impression than a video audition recorded in a room with more sympathetic acoustics. When using a smartphone to make a recording, a better result can be achieved by holding the phone horizontally rather than vertically. YOUTUBE PUBLIC SETTING Each entry must be via video posted at www.youtube.com, with the link provided on the entry form. For information on posting videos we recommend exploring the Help section found on the YouTube homepage. Please note that you must select "Public" in the Privacy settings found under the broadcasting and Sharing Options section when uploading your video file to YouTube. AMPLIFICATION AND SOUND ENHANCEMENT There must be no amplification of the voice, no added reverb, or any sound enhancement added to the voice. Carefully read rules 15 and 16. Each year we have to disqualify singers who violate this rule. This must be an acoustic audition. If you choose to record in a recording studio (which is completely unnecessary), the sound engineer must not mix the sound, balance the voice and piano, multi-track record the voice and piano, add reverb, or alter in any way the acoustic sound of the voice. There should just be microphones for recording set up in the live room in the recording studio. Please do not make the mistake of overproducing this video audition regarding sound engineering. Also, a live performance with a microphone that is amplified through speakers is not allowed. JUDGING Art Song Judging will be by a qualified panel selected by Hal Leonard. Decisions made will be final. Criteria for judging will be most importantly voice quality and overall vocal talent. Additionally, judges will consider clarity of voice, diction, musicianship, musicality and expression, the singer's choice of repertoire, communication, presentation, and the performing personality of the singer. Musical Theatre We remind you that this is a singing competition. We urge performers to refrain from choreography in the musical video entries; however, we want lively, theatrical singing. Classical singers with good voices singing theatre repertoire need to sing in an appropriate theatre style, with persuasive acting and expression. Bland classical performances of theatre songs will not likely get a good judging result. Judging will be by a qualified panel selected by Hal Leonard. Decisions made will be final. Criteria for judging singing actors will be voice quality and overall vocal talent combined with theatrically persuasive ability to communicate. Additionally, judges will consider acting ability, clarity of voice, diction, musicianship, musicality, and expression, the singer's choice of repertoire, communication and presentation, and the performing personality of the singer. Competition Age Divisions with Required Repertoire See required repertoire details for each category and age division below. To find out more about any of the required repertoire publications listed, including viewing complete contents, enter the 8-digit publication number in the Search field at www.halleonard.com. Official 2022 Art Song Entry Form Children's Voices Ages 12 & Under Early Teen Voices Ages 13-15 High School Voices Ages 16-18 College/University Voices Ages 18-23 CHILDREN'S VOICES, AGE 12 AND UNDER - ART SONG Repertoire Requirements and Prizes For the purposes of this competition, age is defined as the age of the entrant on the deadline date of February 1, 2022. Entrants must be legal residents of the United States and its territories, or legal residents of Canada. Entries which include songs which are not from the publications listed in the repertoire requirements for this age group and category below will be disqualified. Photocopies are illegal, and are not allowed. Pianists accompanying singers must play from original publications, not loose pages of any kind or loose pages in a binder. (A page turner may be needed.) Entries with visible photocopies or loose pages, or loose pages in a binder will be automatically disqualified. Singers are responsible for the accompanist's compliance with this rule. Please be aware of contrast. Do not sing two slow songs, or two fast songs, or two songs of similar character. First Place $250 cash Second Place $100 gift certificate for music publications of the designee's choice available from Hal Leonard Third Place $50 gift certificate for music publications of the designee's choice available from Hal Leonard Further gift certificates for Honorable Mentions are possible for one Book with a retail value of up to $30.00. At the judges' discretion, further entries may be cited as Finalists and or Semi-Finalist for a category. It is entirely up to the judges when judging a specific category as to whether Finalists and Semi-Finalists will be cited. These distinctions are not necessarily cited for all categories. The Finalists are those who achieved a level of consideration in the round of judging which determined the place winners and Honorable Mentions. Semi-Finalists are those who were cited as meriting further consideration after the first round of judging. There are no prizes for these distinctions of Finalist and Semi-Finalist. Required repertoire for the Children's Voices category The purpose of having a children's art song category is to hear natural, lyrical singing with a "classical" approach, as opposed to a child's natural belting sound appropriate to musical theatre. To be explicit, we are not looking for the child's belting style of singing in this category. If that is the child's natural singing voice, please enter in the Musical Theatre category only. There is a limited amount of "classical" repertoire suitable to children. Two contrasting songs are required. No other repertoire is acceptable for this category. Entries with songs not from one of the publications below will be disqualified. You must sing repertoire as stated below. No substitutions of other repertoire is allowed. We inexplicably get questions every year from quite a few people asking if they can sing songs not on the required repertoire list. The answer will always be no. Please do not ask us for allowances or exceptions to the required repertoire list for this category. If you sing songs outside of the publications listed below on the required list, your entry will be disqualified. Note to teachers and parents: We have more disqualifications in the children's categories than any other category because repertoire rules are not followed. Fairness must prevail, and we cannot have a publicly declared winner with songs not on the required repertoire list. Be absolutely certain that the contestant is singing songs from the required repertoire only. Do not sing songs from a higher category. Art Songs for Children Book/Audio The Boy's Changing Voice (for a boy's voice in transition; not recommended for a boy's voice not yet in transition as the range will be too low) Hal Leonard Book/Audio Daffodils, Violets & Snowflakes compiled by Joan Frey Boytim High Voice, Book/Audio Low Voice, Book/Audio 36 Solos for Young Singers compiled by Joan Frey Boytim; Hal Leonard Book/Audio DO NOT SING THE FOLLOWING from 36 Solos for Young Singers: Sit Down, Sister The Desperado Git Along, Little Dogies He's Got the Whole World in His Hand Macnamara's Band 36 More Solos for Young Singers compiled by Joan Frey Boytim; Hal Leonard Book/Audio DO NOT SING THE FOLLOWING from 36 More Solos for Young Singers: Ja-Da 25 Folksong Solos for Children Book/Audio EARLY TEEN VOICES, AGES 13-15 - ART SONG Repertoire Requirements and Prizes For the purposes of this competition, age is defined as the age of the entrant on the deadline date of February 1, 2022. Entrants must be legal residents of the United States and its territories, or legal residents of Canada. Entries which include songs which are not from the publications listed in the repertoire requirements for this age group and category below will be disqualified. Photocopies are illegal, and are not allowed. Pianists accompanying singers must play from original publications, not loose pages of any kind or loose pages in a binder. (A page turner may be needed.) Entries with visible photocopies or loose pages, or loose pages in a binder will be automatically disqualified. Singers are responsible for the accompanist's compliance with this rule. Please be aware of contrast. Do not sing two slow songs, or two fast songs, or two songs of similar character. First Place $500 cash Second Place $100 gift certificate for music publications of the designee's choice available from Hal Leonard Third Place $50 gift certificate for music publications of the designee's choice available from Hal Leonard Further gift certificates for Honorable Mentions are possible for one Book with a retail value of up to $30.00. At the judges' discretion, further entries may be cited as Finalists and or Semi-Finalist for a category. It is entirely up to the judges when judging a specific category as to whether Finalists and Semi-Finalists will be cited. These distinctions are not necessarily cited for all categories. The Finalists are those who achieved a level of consideration in the round of judging which determined the place winners and Honorable Mentions. Semi-Finalists are those who were cited as meriting further consideration after the first round of judging. There are no prizes for these distinctions of Finalist and Semi-Finalist. Required repertoire for the Early Teen Voices category Any two contrasting songs from the following publications. Your entry may be two songs in English, or one song in English and one song in Italian. Two songs in Italian are not allowed. The contrast between the songs should include differences in mood and tempo. Do not sing two fast songs, or two slow songs. Only editions of songs from these designated publications are allowed for entry. You must sing repertoire as stated below. No substitutions of other repertoire is allowed. We inexplicably get questions every year from quite a few people asking if they can sing songs from publications not on the required repertoire list. The answer will always be no. Please do not ask us for allowances or exceptions to the required repertoire list for this category. Entries with songs not from one of the publications below will be disqualified. Do not sing songs from a higher category. A helpful comment: You will not necessarily do better in the judging by choosing a more difficult and challenging song if you cannot master it well. It is better to sing something you do well. American Art Songs for the Progressing Singer compiled by Joan Frey Boytim; G. Schirmer/Hal Leonard Soprano Mezzo-Soprano Tenor Baritone/Bass The Boy's Changing Voice Hal Leonard Book/Audio The Developing Classical Singer Boosey & Hawkes Soprano Mezzo-Soprano Tenor Baritone/Bass Easy Songs for the Beginning Soprano Easy Songs for the Beginning Soprano - Part II compiled by Joan Frey Boytim; G. Schirmer/Hal Leonard Part I, Book/Audio Part II, Book/Audio Easy Songs for the Beginning Mezzo-Soprano/Alto Easy Songs for the Beginning Mezzo-Soprano/Alto - Part II compiled by Joan Frey Boytim; G. Schirmer/Hal Leonard Part I, Book/Audio Part II, Book/Audio Easy Songs for the Beginning Tenor Easy Songs for the Beginning Tenor - Part II compiled by Joan Frey Boytim; G. Schirmer/Hal Leonar Part I, Book/Audio Part II, Book/Audio Easy Songs for the Beginning Baritone/Bass Easy Songs for the Beginning Baritone/Bass - Part II compiled by Joan Frey Boytim; G. Schirmer/Hal Leonard Part I, Book/Audio Part II, Book/Audio English Songs: Renaissance to Baroque edited by Steven Stolen and Richard Walters; Hal Leonard High Voice | Book/Audio Low Voice | Book/Audio 15 American Art Songs G. Schirmer/Hal Leonard High Voice, Book/Audio Low Voice, Book/Audio 15 Easy Folksong Arrangements for the Progressing Singer edited by Richard Walters; Hal Leonard High Voice, Book/Audio Low Voice, Book/Audio 15 Easy Spiritual Arrangements for the Progessing Singer edited by Richard Walters; Hal Leonard High Voice, Book/Audio Low Voice, Book/Audio 15 More American Art Songs G. Schirmer/Hal Leonard High Voice, Book/Audio Low Voice, Book/Audio Harry T. Burleigh: 25 Spirituals Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library High Voice, Book/Audio Low Voice, Book/Audio Introduction to Art Song Compiled by Joan Boytim/G. Schirmer Soprano, Book/Audio Mezzo-Soprano/Alto, Book/Audio Tenor, Book/Audio Baritone/Bass, Book/Audio Lovers, Lasses & Spring compiled by Joan Frey Boytim; Hal Leonard Book/Audio Roses, Laughter & Lullabies compiled by Joan Frey Boytim; Hal Leonard Book/Audio The Student Singer Hal Leonard High Voice, Book/Audio Low Voice, Book/Audio 28 Italian Songs and Arias of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries edited by Richard Walters; G. Schirmer/Hal Leonard High Voice | Book/Audio Medium High Voice | Book/Audio Medium Voice | Book/Audio Medium Low Voice | Book/Audio Low Voice | Book/Audio NOTE: DO NOT SING TWO SONGS IN ITALIAN Young Ladies, Shipmates and Journeys Hal Leonard, Vocal Collection Tenor, Book/Audio Baritone/Bass, Book/Audio HIGH SCHOOL VOICES, AGES 16-18 - ART SONG Repertoire Requirements and Prizes For the purposes of this competition, age is defined as the age of the entrant on the deadline date of February 1, 2022. Entrants must be legal residents of the United States and its territories, or legal residents of Canada and attending a High School or its equivalent or studying with a teacher at the time of entry. Entries which include songs which are not from the publications listed in the repertoire requirements for this age group and category below will be disqualified. Photocopies are illegal, and are not allowed. Pianists accompanying singers must play from original publications, not loose pages of any kind or loose pages in a binder. See Rule 13. (A page turner may be needed.) Entries with visible photocopies or loose pages, or loose pages in a binder will be automatically disqualified. Singers are responsible for the accompanist's compliance with this rule. Please be aware of contrast. Do not sing two slow songs, or two fast songs, or two songs of similar character. First Place $750 cash Second Place $200 gift certificate for music publications of the designee's choice available from Hal Leonard Third Place $100 gift certificate for music publications of the designee's choice available from Hal Leonard Further gift certificates for Honorable Mentions are possible for one Book with a retail value of up to $30.00. At the judges' discretion, further entries may be cited as Finalists and or Semi-Finalist for a category. It is entirely up to the judges when judging a specific category as to whether Finalists and Semi-Finalists will be cited. These distinctions are not necessarily cited for all categories. The Finalists are those who achieved a level of consideration in the round of judging which determined the place winners and Honorable Mentions. Semi-Finalists are those who were cited as meriting further consideration after the first round of judging. There are no prizes for these distinctions of Finalist and Semi-Finalist. Required repertoire for the High School Voices category Any two contrasting songs in two different languages from the following publications. The contrast between the songs should include differences in language, mood and tempo. Do not sing two slow songs, or two fast songs. Only editions of songs from these designated publications are allowed for entry. No other repertoire is acceptable for this category. Entries with songs not from one of the publications below will be disqualified. Anthology of Art Songs by Black American Composers Edward B. Marks Music Company High Voice Aaron Copland: Old American Songs Complete Boosey & Hawkes/Hal Leonard High Voice | Book/Audio Medium Voice | Medium Voice Book/Audio Low Voice | Low Voice Book/Audio American Art Songs for the Progressing Singer G. Schirmer, Inc. Soprano Mezzo-Soprano Tenor Baritone Anthology of Spanish Song edited by Maria DiPalma and Richard Walters; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library High Voice | High Voice Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Low Voice | Low Voice Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio The Art Song Anthology edited by Richard Walters; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library High Voice Book/Audio Low Voice Book/Audio Benjamin Britten: Complete Folksong Arrangements Boosey & Hawkes High Voice Medium/Low Voice Benjamin Britten: 12 Selected Folksong Arrangements Boosey & Hawkes/Hal Leonard High Voice Book/Audio Medium/Low Voice Book/Audio Charles Ives: Twelve Easy Songs Peermusic Classical High Voice Book/Audio Low Voice Book/Audio Classical Contest Solos Hal Leonard Soprano Book/Audio Mezzo-Soprano/Alto Book/Audio Tenor Book/Audio Baritone/Bass Book/Audio The Developing Classical Singer Boosey & Hawkes Soprano Mezzo-Soprano Tenor Baritone/Bass Dominick Argento: Six Elizabethan Songs Boosey & Hawkes High Voice Book/Audio Medium/Low Voice Book/Audio English Songs: Renaissance to Baroque edited by Steven Stolen and Richard Walters; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library High Voice | Book/Audio Low Voice | Book/Audio Favorite French Art Songs (Volume 1 or 2) Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library High Voice Vol. 1 Book/Audio High Voice Vol. 2 Book/Audio Low Voice Vol. 1 Book/Audio Low Voice Vol. 2 Book/Audio Favorite German Art Songs (Volume 1 or 2) Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library High Voice Vol. 1 Book/Audio High Voice Vol. 2 Book/Audio Low Voice Vol. 1 Book/Audio Low Voice Vol. 2 Book/Audio Favorite Spanish Art Songs Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library High Voice Book/Audio Low Voice Book/Audio 15 American Art Songs G. Schirmer/Hal Leonard High Voice, Book/Audio Low Voice, Book/Audio 15 More American Art Songs G. Schirmer/Hal Leonard High Voice, Book/Audio Low Voice, Book/Audio 15 Art Songs by American Composers Boosey & Hawkes/Hal Leonard High Voice, Book/Audio Low Voice, Book/Audio 15 Art Songs by British Composers Boosey & Hawkes/Hal Leonard High Voice, Book/Audio Low Voice, Book/Audio 15 Recital Songs in English Boosey & Hawkes/Hal Leonard High Voice, Book/Audio Low Voice, Book/Audio The First Book of Soprano Solos Compiled by Joan Boytim/G. Schirmer Book Book/Audio Note: Any opera, operetta or oratorio arias in The First Book of Solos books are not eligible repertory. The First Book of Soprano Solos Part II Compiled by Joan Boytim/G. Schirmer Book Book/Audio Note: Any opera, operetta or oratorio arias in The First Book of Solos books are not eligible repertory. The First Book of Soprano Solos Part III Compiled by Joan Boytim/G. Schirmer Book Book/Audio Note: Any opera, operetta or oratorio arias in The First Book of Solos books are not eligible repertory. The First Book of Mezzo-Soprano/Alto Solos Compiled by Joan Boytim/G. Schirmer Book Book/Audio Note: Any opera, operetta or oratorio arias in The First Book of Solos books are not eligible repertory. The First Book of Mezzo-Soprano/Alto Solos Part II Compiled by Joan Boytim/G. Schirmer Book Book/Audio Note: Any opera, operetta or oratorio arias in The First Book of Solos books are not eligible repertory. The First Book of Mezzo-Soprano/Alto Solos Part III Compiled by Joan Boytim/G. Schirmer Book Book/Audio Note: Any opera, operetta or oratorio arias in The First Book of Solos books are not eligible repertory. The First Book of Tenor Solos Compiled by Joan Boytim/G. Schirmer Book Book/Audio Note: Any opera, operetta or oratorio arias in The First Book of Solos books are not eligible repertory. The First Book of Tenor Solos Part II Compiled by Joan Boytim/G. Schirmer Book Book/Audio Note: Any opera, operetta or oratorio arias in The First Book of Solos books are not eligible repertory. The First Book of Tenor Solos Part III Compiled by Joan Boytim/G. Schirmer Book Book/Audio Note: Any opera, operetta or oratorio arias in The First Book of Solos books are not eligible repertory. The First Book of Baritone/Bass Solos Compiled by Joan Boytim/G. Schirmer Book Book/Audio Note: Any opera, operetta or oratorio arias in The First Book of Solos books are not eligible repertory. The First Book of Baritone/Bass Solos Part II Compiled by Joan Boytim/G. Schirmer Book Book/Audio Note: Any opera, operetta or oratorio arias in The First Book of Solos books are not eligible repertory. The First Book of Baritone/Bass Solos Part III Compiled by Joan Boytim/G. Schirmer Book Book/Audio Note: Any opera, operetta or oratorio arias in The First Book of Solos books are not eligible repertory. Franz Schubert: 15 Selected Songs edited by Richard Walters; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library High Voice Book/Audio Low Voice Book/Audio The French Song Anthology edited by Carol Kimball and Richard Walters; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library High Voice | High Voice Accompaniment CDs Low Voice | Low Voice Accompaniment CDs Pronunciation Guide Book/Audio High Voice Complete Package (with Accomp CDs and Pronunciation Guide CDs) Low Voice Complete Package (with Accomp CDs and Pronunciation Guide CDs) Gabriel Fauré: 15 Selected Songs edited by Richard Walters; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library High Voice Book/Audio Low Voice Book/Audio Harry T. Burleigh: 25 Spirituals Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library High Voice Book/Audio Low Voice Book/Audio Henry Purcell: 12 Selected Songs realizations by Benjamin Britten Boosey & Hawkes/Hal Leonard High Voice Book/Audio Medium/Low Voice Book/Audio Introduction to Art Song Compiled by Joan Boytim/G. Schirmer Soprano, Book/Audio Mezzo-Soprano/Alto, Book/Audio Tenor, Book/Audio Baritone/Bass, Book/Audio Johannes Brahms: 15 Selected Songs edited by Richard Walters; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library High Voice Book/Audio Low Voice Book/Audio Leonard Bernstein: I Hate Music! Boosey & Hawkes/Hal Leonard High Voice Medium/Low Voice The Lieder Anthology edited by Virginia Saya and Richard Walters; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library High Voice | High Voice Accompaniment CDs Low Voice | Low Voice Accompaniment CDs Pronunciation Guide Book/Audio High Voice Complete Package (with Accomp CDs and Pronunciation Guide CDs) Low Voice Complete Package (with Accomp CDs and Pronunciation Guide CDs) Ned Rorem: 10 Selected Songs Boosey & Hawkes/Hal Leonard High Voice Book/Audio Low Voice Book/Audio Ralph Vaughan Williams: Songs of Travel edited by Richard Walters; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library High Voice Book/Audio Low Voice Book/Audio Roger Quilter: Collected Songs Boosey & Hawkes High Voice Low Voice Roger Quilter: 55 Songs edited by Richard Walters; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library High Voice Low Voice Samuel Barber: 65 Songs G. Schirmer High Voice Book/Audio Low Voice Book/Audio Samuel Barber: 10 Selected Songs G. Schirmer/Hal Leonard High Voice Book/Audio Low Voice Book/Audio The Second Book of Soprano Solos Compiled by Joan Boytim/G. Schirmer Book Book/Audio Note: Any opera, operetta or oratorio arias in The Second Book of Solos books are not eligible repertory. The Second Book of Mezzo-Soprano Solos Compiled by Joan Boytim/G. Schirmer Book Book/Audio Note: Any opera, operetta or oratorio arias in The Second Book of Solos books are not eligible repertory. The Second Book of Tenor Solos Compiled by Joan Boytim/G. Schirmer Book Book/Audio Note: Any opera, operetta or oratorio arias in The Second Book of Solos books are not eligible repertory. The Second Book of Baritone/Bass Solos Compiled by Joan Boytim/G. Schirmer Book Book/Audio Note: Any opera, operetta or oratorio arias in The Second Book of Solos books are not eligible repertory. Songs of John Jacob Niles G. Schirmer, Inc. High Voice Low Voice Standard Vocal Literature edited by Richard Walters/The Vocal Library Soprano, Book/Audio Mezzo-Soprano, Book/Audio Tenor, Book/Audio Baritone, Book/Audio Bass, Book/Audio Note: Opera, oratorio or operetta arias from Standard Vocal Literature are not allowed. Art Songs only. 28 American Art Songs G. Schirmer High Voice, Book/Audio Low Voice, Book/Audio 28 Italian Songs and Arias of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries edited by Richard Walters; G. Schirmer/Hal Leonard High Voice | Book/Audio Medium High Voice | Book/Audio Medium Voice | Book/Audio Medium Low Voice | Book/Audio Low Voice | Book/Audio COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY ADULT VOICES (UNDERGRADUATES), AGES 18-23 - ART SONG Repertoire Requirements and Prizes For the purposes of this competition, age is defined as the age of the entrant on the deadline date of February 1, 2022. Entrants must be legal residents of the United States and its territories, or legal residents of Canada and enrolled as an undergraduate at a college, university or conservatory or studying with a private teacher at time of entry. Entries which include songs which are not from the publications listed in the repertoire requirements for this age group and category below will be disqualified. Photocopies are illegal, and are not allowed. Pianists accompanying singers must play from original publications, not loose pages of any kind or loose pages in a binder. (A page turner may be needed.) Entries with visible photocopies or loose pages, or loose pages in a binder will be automatically disqualified. Singers are responsible for the accompanist's compliance with this rule. Please be aware of contrast. Do not sing two slow songs, or two fast songs, or two songs of similar character. First Place $1000 cash Second Place $200 gift certificate for music publications of the designee's choice available from Hal Leonard Third Place $100 gift certificate for music publications of the designee's choice available from Hal Leonard Further gift certificates for Honorable Mentions are possible for one Book with a retail value of up to $50.00. At the judges' discretion, further entries may be cited as Finalists and or Semi-Finalist for a category. It is entirely up to the judges when judging a specific category as to whether Finalists and Semi-Finalists will be cited. These distinctions are not necessarily cited for all categories. The Finalists are those who achieved a level of consideration in the round of judging which determined the place winners and Honorable Mentions. Semi-Finalists are those who were cited as meriting further consideration after the first round of judging. There are no prizes for these distinctions of Finalist and Semi-Finalist. Required repertoire for the College/University Voices category Choose any two contrasting songs in two different languages only from the following publications. The contrast between the songs should include differences in language, mood and tempo. We advise you to choose songs that show your vocal and expressive capabilities, revealing a true feeling for art song and some degree of sophistication as a recitalist. The judges like to hear singers explore art song repertoire beyond the most famous and often sung songs. Only editions of songs from these designated publications are allowed for entry. No other repertoire is acceptable for this category. Entries with songs not from one of the publications below will be disqualified. Anthology of Art Songs by Black American Composers Edward B. Marks Music Company High Voice Aaron Copland: Art Songs and Arias (art songs only) Boosey & Hawkes High Voice Medium/Low Voice Aaron Copland: Old American Songs Complete Boosey & Hawkes/Hal Leonard High Voice | High Voice Book/Audio Medium Voice | Medium Voice Book/Audio Low Voice | Low Voice Book/Audio Alexander Borodin: Collection of Romances Forberg Musikverlag High Voice Medium/Low Voice Anthology of Spanish Song edited by Maria DiPalma and Richard Walters; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library High Voice | High Voice Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Low Voice | Low Voice Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio The Art Song Anthology edited by Richard Walters; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library High Voice Book/Audio Low Voice Book/Audio Art Song in English Boosey & Hawkes/Hal Leonard High Voice Low Voice Benjamin Britten: Collected Songs Boosey & Hawkes High Voice Medium/Low Voice Benjamin Britten: Complete Folksong Arrangements Boosey & Hawkes High Voice Medium/Low Voice Charles Ives: 114 Songs Peermusic Classical Book Dominick Argento: Collected Song Cycles Boosey & Hawkes High Voice Medium Voice Dominick Argento: Six Elizabethan Songs Boosey & Hawkes High Voice Medium Voice Erik Satie: 22 Songs Salabert High Voice Medium-Low Voice Folksongs in Recital concert arrangements by Richard Walters; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library High Voice Book/Audio Low Voice Book/Audio Franz Schubert: 100 Songs edited by Steven Stolen and Richard Walters; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library High Voice Low Voice The French Song Anthology edited by Carol Kimball and Richard Walters; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library High Voice | High Voice Accompaniment CDs Low Voice | Low Voice Accompaniment CDs Pronunciation Guide Book/Audio High Voice Complete Package (with Accomp CDs and Pronunciation Guide CDs) Low Voice Complete Package (with Accomp CDs and Pronunciation Guide CDs) Gabriel Fauré: 50 Songs edited by Laura Ward and Richard Walters; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library High Voice Medium/Low Voice Gerald Finzi: Collected Songs Boosey & Hawkes/Hal Leonard High Voice Medium/Low Voice Gioachino Rossini: Arie de Camera High/Medium High Voice G. Schirmer Collection of American Art Song G. Schirmer/Hal Leonard High Voice Medium/Low Voice Italian Art Songs Ricordi High Voice Medium Voice Italian Art Songs of the 20th Century Ricordi High Voice Medium Voice Jake Heggie: The Faces of Love Complete Associated Music Publishers Book Johannes Brahms: 75 Songs edited by Richard Walters, Laura Ward and Elaine Schmidt; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library High Voice Low Voice John Musto: Collected Songs Peermusic Classical High Voice Vol. 1 High Voice Vol. 2 High Voice Vol. 3 High Voice Vol. 4 High Voice Vol. 5 High Voice Vol. 6 Medium Voice Vol. 1 Medium Voice Vol. 2 Medium Voice Vol. 3 Medium Voice Vol. 4 Medium Voice Vol. 5 Medium Voice Vol. 6 Joseph Marx: 30 Songs Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library High Voice/Medium Voice Leonard Bernstein: Art Songs and Arias (art songs only) Boosey & Hawkes High Voice Medium/Low Voice The Lieder Anthology edited by Virginia Saya and Richard Walters; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library High Voice | High Voice Accompaniment CDs Low Voice | Low Voice Accompaniment CDs Pronunciation Guide Book/Audio High Voice Complete Package (with Accomp CDs and Pronunciation Guide CDs) Low Voice Complete Package (with Accomp CDs and Pronunciation Guide CDs) Maurice Ravel: 46 Melodies Editions Durand High Voice Medium/Low Voice Ned Rorem: 50 Collected Songs Boosey & Hawkes/Hal Leonard High Voice Medium/Low Voice The Opera America SongBook (46 Art Songs) Schott Book Poulenc: 50 Mélodies High Voice Medium/Low Voice The Purcell Collection: Realizations by Benjamin Britten Boosey & Hawkes/Hal Leonard High Voice Medium/Low Voice (Note: Selections from Dido and Aeneas are not acceptable because they are opera arias and not art songs.) Richard Strauss: 57 Lieder Boosey & Hawkes High Voice Richard Strauss: 52 Lieder Boosey & Hawkes Medium/Low Voice Richard Strauss: 40 Songs edited by Laura Ward and Richard Walters; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library High Voice Medium/Low Voice Roger Quilter: Collected Songs Boosey & Hawkes High Voice Low Voice Roger Quilter: 55 Songs Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library High Voice Low Voice Samuel Barber: 65 Songs edited by Richard Walters; G. Schirmer High Voice Medium/Low Voice Songs of Claude Debussy edited by James Briscoe; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library High Voice Medium Voice The Songs of John Jacob Niles G. Schirmer High Voice Low Voice 20th Century French Art Song Compiled and Edited by Carol Kimball/Editions Durand High Voice Medium/Low Voice Vincenzo Bellini: 15 Composizioni da Camera Ricordi High Voice Low Voice William Bolcom: Concert Songs Volume 1 1975-2000 Edward B. Marks Music High Voice Medium/Low Voice William Bolcom: Concert Songs Volume 2 2001-2012 Edward B. Marks Music High Voice Medium/Low Voice Women Composers edited by Carol Kimball; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library High Voice Low Voice Official 2022 Art Song Entry Form Competition Age Divisions with Required Repertoire See required repertoire details for each category and age division below. To find out more about any of the required repertoire publications listed, including viewing complete contents, enter the 8-digit publication number in the Search field at www.halleonard.com. Official 2022 Musical Theatre Entry Form Children's Voices Ages 12 & Under Early Teen Voices Ages 13-15 High School Voices Ages 16-18 Young Adult Voices Ages 18-23 CHILDREN'S VOICES, AGE 12 AND UNDER - MUSICAL THEATRE Repertoire Requirements and Prizes For the purposes of this competition, age is defined as the age of the entrant on the deadline date of February 1, 2022. Entrants must be legal residents of the United States and its territories, or legal residents of Canada. Entries which include songs which are not from the publications listed in the repertoire requirements for this age group and category below will be disqualified. Photocopies are illegal, and are not allowed. Pianists accompanying singers must play from original publications, not loose pages of any kind or loose pages in a binder. (A page turner may be needed.) Entries with visible photocopies or loose pages, or loose pages in a binder will be automatically disqualified. Singers are responsible for the accompanist's compliance with this rule. Please be aware of contrast. Do not sing two slow songs, or two fast songs, or two songs of similar character. First Place $250 cash Second Place $100 gift certificate for music publications of the designee's choice available from Hal Leonard Third Place $50 gift certificate for music publications of the designee's choice available from Hal Leonard Further gift certificates for Honorable Mentions are possible for one Book with a retail value of up to $30.00. At the judges' discretion, further entries may be cited as Finalists and or Semi-Finalist for a category. It is entirely up to the judges when judging a specific category as to whether Finalists and Semi-Finalists will be cited. These distinctions are not necessarily cited for all categories. The Finalists are those who achieved a level of consideration in the round of judging which determined the place winners and Honorable Mentions. Semi-Finalists are those who were cited as meriting further consideration after the first round of judging. There are no prizes for these distinctions of Finalist and Semi-Finalist. Required repertoire for the Children's Voices category Any two contrasting songs from the following publications. The contrast between the songs should include differences in mood and tempo. Do not sing two fast songs or two slow songs. Only editions of songs from these designated publications are allowed for entry. No other repertoire is acceptable for this category. Entries with songs not from one of the publications below will be disqualified. You must sing repertoire as stated below. No substitutions of other repertoire is allowed. There are plenty of choices of songs in the publications listed below. We inexplicably get questions every year from quite a few people asking if they can sing songs not on the required repertoire list. The answer will always be no. Please do not ask us for allowances or exceptions to the required repertoire list for this category. If you sing songs outside of the publications listed below on the required list, your entry will be disqualified. Note to Teachers and Parents: We have more disqualifications in the children's categories than any other category because repertoire rules are not followed. Fairness must prevail, and we cannot have a publicly declared winner with songs not on the required repertoire list. Be absolutely certain that the contestant is singing songs from the required repertoire publications only. Boys' Songs from Musicals Hal Leonard Book/Audio Broadway Presents! Kids' Musical Theatre Anthology Alfred, distributed by Hal Leonard Book/Audio Broadway Songs 4 Kids Hal Leonard Book/Audio Disney Collected Kids' Solos Hal Leonard Book/Audio Disney Solos for Kids Hal Leonard Book/Audio Girls' Songs from Musicals Hal Leonard Book/Audio Girls' Songs from 21st Century Musicals Hal Leonard Book/Audio Kids' Broadway SongBook Hal Leonard Book/Audio Book Only Accompaniment CD The Kid's Musical Theatre Audition Hal Leonard Girl's Edition Book/Audio Boy's Edition Book/Audio Kids' Musical Theatre Collection Volume 1 Hal Leonard Book/Audio Kids' Musical Theatre Collection Volume 2 Hal Leonard Book/Audio Kids' Musical Theatre Collection Volumes 1 and 2 Combined Hal Leonard Book Kids' Songs from Contemporary Musicals Hal Leonard Book/Audio Kids' Stage & Screen Songs Hal Leonard Book/Audio Kid's Vocal Solo Collection Hal Leonard Book/Audio More Disney Solos for Kids Hal Leonard Book/Audio Rodgers & Hammerstein Solos for Kids Hal Leonard Book/Audio The Singer's Musical Theatre Anthology - Children's Edition Hal Leonard Book Only Book/Audio Solos from Musicals for Kids Hal Leonard Book/Audio Still More Disney Solos for Kids Hal Leonard Book/Audio EARLY TEEN VOICES, AGES 13-15 - MUSICAL THEATRE Repertoire Requirements and Prizes For the purposes of this competition, age is defined as the age of the entrant on the deadline date of February 1, 2022. Entrants must be legal residents of the United States and its territories, or legal residents of Canada. Entries which include songs which are not from the publications listed in the repertoire requirements for this age group and category below will be disqualified. Photocopies are illegal, and are not allowed. Pianists accompanying singers must play from original publications, not loose pages of any kind or loose pages in a binder. (A page turner may be needed.) Entries with visible photocopies or loose pages, or loose pages in a binder will be automatically disqualified. Singers are responsible for the accompanist's compliance with this rule. Please be aware of contrast. Do not sing two slow songs, or two fast songs, or two songs of similar character. First Place $500 cash Second Place $100 gift certificate for music publications of the designee's choice available from Hal Leonard Third Place $50 gift certificate for music publications of the designee's choice available from Hal Leonard Further gift certificates for Honorable Mentions are possible for one Book with a retail value of up to $30.00. At the judges' discretion, further entries may be cited as Finalists and or Semi-Finalist for a category. It is entirely up to the judges when judging a specific category as to whether Finalists and Semi-Finalists will be cited. These distinctions are not necessarily cited for all categories. The Finalists are those who achieved a level of consideration in the round of judging which determined the place winners and Honorable Mentions. Semi-Finalists are those who were cited as meriting further consideration after the first round of judging. There are no prizes for these distinctions of Finalist and Semi-Finalist. Required repertoire for the Early Teen Voices category Any two contrasting songs from the following publications. The contrast between the songs should include differences in mood and tempo. Do not sing two fast songs, or two slow songs. Only editions of songs from these designated publications are allowed for entry. No other repertoire is acceptable for this category. Entries with songs not from one of the publications below will be disqualified. Belter's Book of Comedy Songs - Third Edition Book Broadway for Teens Hal Leonard Young Women's Edition Book/Audio Young Men's Edition Book/Audio The Broadway Ingénue Hal Leonard Book Book/Audio Broadway Presents! Teens' Musical Theatre Anthology Alfred, distributed by Hal Leonard Female Edition Male Edition Character Songs from Musical Theatre Women's Edition Men's Edition Disney For Teen Singers Young Women's Edition Young Men's Edition Disney Ingenue Songbook Book Disney Songs for Singers High Voice Low Voice Disney Songs of the 2010s Soprano/Belter Tenor/Baritone The First Book of Broadway Solos Hal Leonard Soprano | Book/Audio Mezzo-Soprano | Book/Audio Tenor | Book/Audio Baritone/Bass | Book/Audio The First Book of Broadway Solos Part II Hal Leonard Soprano Book/Audio Mezzo-Soprano Book/Audio Tenor Book/Audio Baritone/Bass Book/Audio The Giant Book of Songs for Teens from Musicals Young Women's Edition Young Men's Edition Great Songs from Musicals for Teens Hal Leonard Young Women's Edition- Book/Audio Young Men's Edition- Book/Audio Musical Theatre Anthology for Teens Hal Leonard Young Women's Edition | Book/Audio Young Men's Edition | Book/Audio The Singer's Anthology of Gershwin Songs Soprano Mezzo-Soprano/Belter Tenor Baritone NOTE: Do not sing the operatic selections from Porgy and Bess The Singer's Musical Theatre Anthology Teen's Edition edited by Richard Walters Soprano | Book/Audio Mezzo-Soprano/Belter | Book/Audio Tenor | Book/Audio Baritone/Bass | Book/Audio Songs from 21st Century Musicals for Teens Young Women's Edition Young Men's Edition The Songs of Rodgers & Hammerstein Hal Leonard Soprano Book/Audio Mezzo-Soprano/Belter Book/Audio Tenor Book/Audio Baritone/Bass Book/Audio Teen Broadway Songs of the 2010s Young Women's Edition, Book/Audio Young Men's Edition, Book/Audio Teen Pop Broadway Collection Cherry Lane, distributed by Hal Leonard Book Teen Theatre Songs Young Women's Edition, Book/Audio Young Men's Edition, Book/Audio The Teen's Musical Theatre Collection Hal Leonard Young Women's Edition | Book/Audio Young Men's Edition | Book/Audio Theatre and Cabaret Comedy Songs Women's Edition Men's Edition Tunes for Teens from Musicals Hal Leonard Young Women's Edition - Book/Audio Young Men's Edition- Book/Audio HIGH SCHOOL VOICES, AGES 16-18 - MUSICAL THEATRE Repertoire Requirements and Prizes For the purposes of this competition, age is defined as the age of the entrant on the deadline date of February 1, 2022. Entrants must be legal residents of the United States and its territories, or legal residents of Canada and attending a High School or its equivalent or studying with a teacher at the time of entry. Entries which include songs which are not from the publications listed in the repertoire requirements for this age group and category below will be disqualified. Photocopies are illegal, and are not allowed. Pianists accompanying singers must play from original publications, not loose pages of any kind or loose pages in a binder. (A page turner may be needed.) Entries with visible photocopies or loose pages, or loose pages in a binder will be automatically disqualified. Singers are responsible for the accompanist's compliance with this rule. Please be aware of contrast. Do not sing two slow songs, or two fast songs, or two songs of similar character. First Place $750 cash Second Place $200 gift certificate for music publications of the designee's choice available from Hal Leonard Third Place $100 gift certificate for music publications of the designee's choice available from Hal Leonard Further gift certificates for Honorable Mentions are possible for one book with a retail value of up to $30.00. At the judges' discretion, further entries may be cited as Finalists and or Semi-Finalist for a category. It is entirely up to the judges when judging a specific category as to whether Finalists and Semi-Finalists will be cited. These distinctions are not necessarily cited for all categories. The Finalists are those who achieved a level of consideration in the round of judging which determined the place winners and Honorable Mentions. Semi-Finalists are those who were cited as meriting further consideration after the first round of judging. There are no prizes for these distinctions of Finalist and Semi-Finalist. Required repertoire for the High School Voices category Any two contrasting songs from the following publications. The contrast between the songs should include differences in mood and tempo. Only editions of songs from these designated publications are allowed for entry. No other repertoire is acceptable for this category. Entries with songs not from one of the publications below will be disqualified. The Actor's SongBook Hal Leonard Women's Edition Men's Edition Andrew Lloyd Webber for Singers Hal Leonard Women's Edition Men's Edition Andrew Lloyd Webber Theatre Songs Hal Leonard Women's Edition Men's Edition Belter's Book of Comedy Songs Hal Leonard Book Broadway Belter's SongBook Hal Leonard Book The Broadway Ingénue Hal Leonard Soprano | Book/Audio Broadway Presents! Teens' Musical Theatre Anthology Alfred, distributed by Hal Leonard Female Edition Male Edition Comedy Songs for Women Book/Audio Contemporary Musical Theatre for Teens Young Women's Edition Volume 1 Young Women's Edition Volume 2 Young Men's Edition Volume 1 Young Men's Edition Volume 2 The Contemporary Singing Actor Hal Leonard Women's Edition Volume 1 Women's Edition Volume 2 Men's Edition Volume 1 Men's Edition Volume 2 Contemporary Theatre Songs Soprano Belter/Mezzo-Soprano Tenor Baritone Disney For Singers High Voice Low Voice Disney For Teen Singers Young Women's Edition Young Men's Edition Disney Songs of the 2010s Soprano/Belter Tenor/Baritone The Giant Book of Songs for Teens from Musicals Young Women's Edition Young Men's Edition Jason Robert Brown Plays Jason Robert Brown Hal Leonard Women's Edition Book/Audio Men's Edition Book/Audio Musical Theatre Songs of the 2010s Women's Edition Book/Audio (Not Yet Published) Men's Edition Book/Audio The Singer's Musical Theatre Anthology - Teen's Edition Hal Leonard Soprano | Book/Audio Mezzo-Soprano/Alto/Belter | Book/Audio Tenor | Book/Audio Baritone/Bass | Book/Audio The Singer's Musical Theatre Anthology - Volumes 1-7 Hal Leonard Soprano Volume 1 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Soprano Volume 2 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Soprano Volume 3 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Soprano Volume 4 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Soprano Volume 5 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Soprano Volume 6 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Soprano Volume 7 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Mezzo-Soprano/Alto/Belter Volume 1 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Mezzo-Soprano/Alto/Belter Volume 2 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Mezzo-Soprano/Alto/Belter Volume 3 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Mezzo-Soprano/Alto/Belter Volume 4 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Mezzo-Soprano/Alto/Belter Volume 5 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Mezzo-Soprano/Alto/Belter Volume 6 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Mezzo-Soprano/Alto/Belter Volume 7 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Tenor Volume 1 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Tenor Volume 2 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Tenor Volume 3 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Tenor Volume 4 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Tenor Volume 5 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Tenor Volume 6 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Tenor Volume 7 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Baritone/Bass Volume 1 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Baritone/Bass Volume 2 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Baritone/Bass Volume 3 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Baritone/Bass Volume 4 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Baritone/Bass Volume 5 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Baritone/Bass Volume 6 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Baritone/Bass Volume 7 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Sondheim for Singers Hal Leonard Soprano Belter/Mezzo-Soprano Tenor Baritone/Bass Songs from 21st Century Movie Musicals for Women Singers Hal Leonard Book/Audio Songs from 21st Century Musicals for Teens Young Women's Edition Young Men's Edition The Songs of Rodgers & Hammerstein Hal Leonard Soprano Book/Audio Mezzo-Soprano/Belter Book/Audio Tenor Book/Audio Baritone/Bass Book/Audio Teen Broadway Songs of the 2010s Young Women's Edition, Book/Audio Young Men's Edition, Book/Audio Teen Pop Broadway Collection Cherry Lane, distributed by Hal Leonard Book Teen Theatre Songs Young Women's Edition, Book/Audio Young Men's Edition, Book/Audio Theatre and Cabaret Comedy Songs Young Women's Edition Young Men's Edition 21st Century Musical Theatre Women's Edition Men's Edition YOUNG ADULT VOICES, AGES 18-23 - MUSICAL THEATRE Repertoire Requirements and Prizes Note: For this category, it is not necessary for a contestant to be enrolled in a school for entry. Working or aspiring young professionals may enter. For the purposes of this competition, age is defined as the age of the entrant on the deadline date of February 1, 2022. Entrants must be legal residents of the United States and its territories, or legal residents of Canada. Entries which include songs which are not from the publications listed in the repertoire requirements for this age group and category below will be disqualified. Photocopies are illegal, and are not allowed. Pianists accompanying singers must play from original publications, not loose pages of any kind or loose pages in a binder. (A page turner may be needed.) Entries with visible photocopies or loose pages, or loose pages in a binder will be automatically disqualified. Singers are responsible for the accompanist's compliance with this rule. Please be aware of contrast. Do not sing two slow songs, or two fast songs, or two songs of similar character. First Place $1000 cash Second Place $200 gift certificate for music publications of the designee's choice available from Hal Leonard Third Place $100 gift certificate for music publications of the designee's choice available from Hal Leonard Further gift certificates for Honorable Mentions are possible for one book with a retail value of up to $50.00. At the judges' discretion, further entries may be cited as Finalists and or Semi-Finalist for a category. It is entirely up to the judges when judging a specific category as to whether Finalists and Semi-Finalists will be cited. These distinctions are not necessarily cited for all categories. The Finalists are those who achieved a level of consideration in the round of judging which determined the place winners and Honorable Mentions. Semi-Finalists are those who were cited as meriting further consideration after the first round of judging. There are no prizes for these distinctions of Finalist and Semi-Finalist. Required repertoire for the College/University and Young Adult Voices category: Any two contrasting songs from the following publications. The contrast between the songs should include differences in mood and tempo. Only editions of songs from these designated publications are allowed for entry. No other repertoire is acceptable for this category. Entries with songs not from one of the publications below will be disqualified. The Actor's SongBook Hal Leonard Women's Edition Men's Edition The Ahrens & Flaherty Songbook Book The Almost Unknown Stephen Sondheim Book The Andrew Lippa Songbook Book Andrew Lloyd Webber Theatre Songs Hal Leonard Women's Edition Men's Edition Belter's Book of Comedy Songs Book Bernstein for Singers Boosey & Hawkes Soprano Belter/Mezzo-Soprano Tenor Baritone Bernstein Theatre Songs Boosey & Hawkes High Voice Medium/Low Voice Comedy Songs for Women Book/Audio Contemporary Broadway Audition Women's Edition - Book/Online Audio Men's Edition - Book/Online Audio NOTE: Sing the FULL versions of these songs ONLY; the 16-bar excerpt is not permitted for this competition. The Contemporary Singing Actor Hal Leonard Women's Edition Volume 1 Women's Edition Volume 2 Men's Edition Volume 1 Men's Edition Volume 2 Contemporary Theatre Songs Soprano Belter/Mezzo-Soprano Tenor Baritone The Jason Robert Brown Collection Book The Jason Robert Brown Collection, Volume 2 Book Jason Robert Brown Plays Jason Robert Brown Hal Leonard Women's Edition Book/Audio Men's Edition Book/Audio The Kerrigan-Lowdermilk Songbook Book Michael John LaChiusa Songbook Book Music + Lyrics by Ryan Scott Oliver Book Musical Theatre Songs of the 2010s Women's Edition Book/Audio (Not Yet Published) Men's Edition Book/Audio The Singer's Anthology of Gershwin Songs Soprano Mezzo-Soprano/Belter Tenor Baritone NOTE: Do not sing the operatic selections from Porgy and Bess The Singer's Musical Theatre Anthology - Volumes 1-7 Hal Leonard Soprano Volume 1 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Soprano Volume 2 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Soprano Volume 3 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Soprano Volume 4 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Soprano Volume 5 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Soprano Volume 6 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Soprano Volume 7 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Mezzo-Soprano/Alto/Belter Volume 1 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Mezzo-Soprano/Alto/Belter Volume 2 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Mezzo-Soprano/Alto/Belter Volume 3 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Mezzo-Soprano/Alto/Belter Volume 4 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Mezzo-Soprano/Alto/Belter Volume 5 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Mezzo-Soprano/Alto/Belter Volume 6 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Mezzo-Soprano/Alto/Belter Volume 7 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Tenor Volume 1 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Tenor Volume 2 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Tenor Volume 3 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Tenor Volume 4 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Tenor Volume 5 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Tenor Volume 6 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Tenor Volume 7 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Baritone/Bass Volume 1 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Baritone/Bass Volume 2 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Baritone/Bass Volume 3 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Baritone/Bass Volume 4 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Baritone/Bass Volume 5 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Baritone/Bass Volume 6 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Baritone/Bass Volume 7 | Book Only | Accompaniment CDs | Book/Audio Sondheim for Singers Hal Leonard Soprano Belter/Mezzo-Soprano Tenor Baritone/Bass The Songs of Goldrich and Heisler Book Teen Broadway Songs of the 2010s Young Women's Edition, Book/Audio Young Men's Edition, Book/Audio Theatre and Cabaret Comedy Songs Women's Edition Men's Edition 21st Century Musical Theatre Hal Leonard Women's Edition Men's Edition Note: The original, revised, or third edition are all acceptable repertoire for the competition The William Finn Songbook Book Official 2022 Musical Theatre Entry Form
Bugsy Malone Jr. - Broadway Junior Menu LEARN MORE About Broadway Junior What Comes With the Showkit™? How to License a Broadway Junior Musical Order an Audio Sampler Frequently Asked Questions 60-Min.ute Musicals [JR.] 60-Minute Musicals Aladdin Jr. (Disney) Alice in Wonderland Jr. (Disney) Annie Jr. Beauty and the Beast Jr. (Disney) Bugsy Malone Jr. Children Of Eden Jr. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Jr. Dear Edwina Jr. Doctor Dolittle Jr. Elf The Musical Jr. Fame Jr. Fiddler on the Roof Jr. Finian's Rainbow Jr. Flat Stanley Jr. Frozen Jr. (Disney) A Ghost Tale for Mr. Dickens Jr. (Magic Tree House) Godspell Jr. Guys and Dolls Jr. Hairspray Jr. High School Musical Jr. (Disney) High School Musical 2 Jr. (Disney) Honk! Jr. Into the Woods Jr. James and the Giant Peach Jr. (Roald Dahl) Junie B. Jones Jr. Legally Blonde Jr. The Lion King Jr. (Disney) The Little Mermaid Jr. (Disney) Madagascar - A Musical Adventure Jr. Mary Poppins Jr. (Disney/Cameron Mackintosh) Matilda Jr. (Roald Dahl) Moana Jr. (Disney) The Music Man Jr. My Son Pinocchio Jr. (Disney) Once on This Island Jr. Peter Pan Jr. (Broadway) The Phantom Tollbooth Jr. The Pirates of Penzance Jr. Schoolhouse Rock Live! Jr. Seussical Jr. Shrek Jr. Singin' In The Rain Jr. Sister Act Jr. Thoroughly Modern Millie Jr. Willy Wonka Jr. (Roald Dahl) Xanadu Jr. 30-Min.ute Musicals [KIDS] 30-Minute Musicals 101 Dalmatians KIDS (Disney) Aladdin KIDS (Disney) Annie KIDS Aristocats KIDS (Disney) Dinosaurs Before Dark KIDS (Magic Tree House) Frozen KIDS (Disney) The Jungle Book KIDS (Disney) The Knight at Dawn KIDS (Magic Tree House) The Lion King KIDS (Disney) The Music Man KIDS Pirates Past Noon KIDS (Magic Tree House) Seussical KIDS Willy Wonka KIDS (Roald Dahl) Winnie the Pooh KIDS (Disney) A Year with Frog and Toad KIDS Product Information Musical Numbers Cast of Characters Credits Book by Alan Parker Music and Lyrics by Paul Williams Overview / Synopsis Based on the hit 1976 film starring a preteen Scott Baio and Jodi Foster and featuring a catchy, swinging score by the composer of The Muppet Movie, Bugsy Malone JR. is good, clean, comedic fun! Two gangs comprised completely of children, square off in a 1920's rivalry of Capone-ian standards. Dandy Dan's gang has gotten the upper hand since obtaining the "splurge" gun (a weapon that shoots whip cream). Now Fat Sam and his bumbling buffoons are in real trouble! Bugsy Malone, a one-time boxer, is thrust not-so-willingly into the gangster limelight, when he becomes the last chance Fat Sam's gang has of surviving. All Bugsy really wants to do is spend time with his new love Blousey; but that just isn't in the cards for our hero. Bugsy Malone JR. includes a chorus, which may be expanded by adding as many members to Dandy Dan's and Fat Sam's gangs as your stage can accommodate. The Grand Slam Girls can also be expanded to incorporate more singing and dancing girls! Audio Sampler - HL00114404 $10.00 ShowKit - HL00114394 $695.00 This ShowKit includes: 30 Actor's Scripts Piano/Vocal Score Director's Guide 2 Rehearsal CDs 2 Accompaniment CDs 1 Choreography DVD 1 Media Disc 30 Family Matters Booklets 60-Minute JR. Request Individual Components 00114394 - ShowKit $645.00 00114395 - Director's Guide $100.00 00114396 - Piano/Vocal Score $40.00 00114397 - Actor's Script $10.00 00114398 - Actor's Script 10-pak $75.00 00114399 - Rehearsal / Accompaniment CD $75.00 00114400 - Student Rehearsal CD $10.00 00114401 - Student Rehearsal CD 20-pak $100.00 00114402 - Choreography DVD $50.00 00114403 - Media Disc $10.00 00114404 - Audio Sampler $10.00 Hear A Sample SCENE 1 Bugsy Malone [Chorus Girls] Fat Sam's Grand Slam [Chorus, Maitre D's, Candy Cigarette Girls, Male Gamblers, Tallulah's Girls] SCENE 3 That's Why They Call Him Dandy [Dandy Dan, Hoods] Tomorrow [Fizzy] SCENE 4 Show Business [Lena, Chorus] SCENE 5 Bad Guys [Fat Sam's Gang] Ordinary Fool [Blousey] My Name is Tallulah [Tallulah, Tallulah's Girls] SCENE 6 Down and Out [Down and Outs] SCENE 7 Fat Sam's Grand Slam (Reprise) [Chorus Girls] You Give a Little Love [Bugsy, Fat Sam, Dandy Dan, Tallulah, Blousey] Bugsy Malone Bugsy Malone is the hero of the story. Cast a handsome young man who can sing and act. This role is equal parts Jimmy Stewart, James Bond and Gene Kelly. Bugsy alternates as the narrator and the star of the show. A young performer comfortable in front of an audience, who radiates a sense of charm and sincerity as well as a street-wise sensibility, will take your show a long way towards success. Blousey Brown Blousey Brown is at first a typical young, wide-eyed, would-be star, just off the bus from a small town. However, we find out that Blousey is a force to be reckoned with and is certainly nobody's fool. This is a large role that requires good singing and acting, but the key to casting Blousey is finding a young actor who is at home with comedy. A young Carol Burnett type is recommended. Tallulah Tallulah is the classic gangster's moll. Cast a young woman who is self-confident and can deliver the role with deadpan sincerity and droll appeal. Tallulah is a Mae West type with a talent for performing. She needs to be a strong singer for her self-titled number. Fizzy Fizzy is an employee of Fat Sam's at the Grand Slam, whose duties mostly involve cleaning up the place. To cast Fizzy, find an actor who can really delivery the song "Tomorrow." It is a difficult song that requires emotional singing and a significant range. Hopefully, you'll find a singer who can delivery Fizzy's sad-eyed hopes and dreams as he sweeps up. Fat Sam Stacetto Fat Sam Stacetto is the baddest of the bad guys, whose biggest rival is Dandy Dan. Fat Sam should be an adept physical comedian with a commanding stage presence. He sings, so make sure you've got an actor who can carry a tune, but moreover, finding an experienced actor with good projection and diction skills is important. Fat Sam carries much of the dialogue of the show. Note that Fat Sam does not need to be fat. You can dress him in a fat suit or cast a realty small kid with a booming voice for comedic effect. Dandy Dan Dandy Dan is the unflappably stylish, debonair, underworld businessman who outwits Fat Sam every step of the way. Your Dan should be comfortable singing his song, "That's Why They Call Him Dandy." Find an actor with just the right sense of style and grace. Lena Marelli Lena Marelli is the star of the "Lena Marelli Show!," and she lets everyone know it. Cast a young performer who can TAKE OVER THE STAGE with a strong singing voice. An affected character voice is practically a requirement to delivery this role. Lena is not very bright, but she is very loud. Think Lina Lamont from Singin' in the Rain. Fat Sam's Gang Fat Sam's Gang includes Roxy Robinson, Angelo, Snake Eyes, Ritzy, Shake Down Louis and Sam's right hand man, Knuckles. You may add as many ensemble members to the gangs as your stage can accommodate. These fellows are bumbling, funny, non-threatening hoodlums. They should be able to sing with gusto (if not in tune) and be willing to work on the rigors of physical comedy. Many productions have successfully cast girls in these roles. Dandy Dan's Gang Dandy Dan's Gang members are really bad guys. Also known as The Hoods, they sing a little, but they splurge a lot! Cast suave-looking types who can pull off slicked-back hair and double-breasted suits. Many productions have successfully cast girls in these roles. The Hoods include Bronx Charlie, Shoulders, Benny Lee, Yonkers, Laughing Boy and Doodle. Tallulah's Girls The Tallulah's Girls perform at the speakeasy, and they include Tillie, Loretta, Dotty and Bangles. These girls should be very at home singing and dancing and should work well as ensemble singers. They are basically Tallulah's gang! Bangles has the most dialogue of these girls, so you might want to put your best actor in that role. Oscar De Velt Oscar De Velt is the stage equivalent of Cecil B. DeMille. A strong, confident actor will fit the bill here. Kiki the Colorist, Cashier and Stylist Kiki the Colorist, Cashier and Stylist Part of Paulette's entourage at the salon who are very adept at the "Bend and Snap." Range: C4-A4 Marbini the Magician Marbini the Magician and The Ventriloquist are two wonderfully funny smaller roles in the audition scene with Oscar De Velt. Both of them are convinced that they are world famous. Cast performers who can really sell these roles for all they are worth. The Opera Singer and the other bits in this scene are all great cameos. Down and Outs The Down and Outs are representative of out-of-work, Depression era men and women of the soup kitchens, which include the Cooks serving in the kitchens. The Down and Outs are ready for a cause, and helping Bugsy bring peace between Fat Sam and Dandy Dan is just what the doctor ordered. Additional ensemble roles in this scene include the Priest, Clipboard Willy and two Delivery Guys. If you have a smaller cast, you can use the splurged from early scenes (Fat Sam's Gang!). Other Roles Other standout ensemble roles include: the Radio Announcer, Paperboy (or girl), Razmataz, Maiter D's, Elegantly Dressed Lady, Waitress, Louella, The Butler, The Trumpet Player on Roller Skates, the Line of Auditionees at the Bijoux, Pop Becker, the Barber and Flash Frankie. These are all good comic roles for young performers. In a smaller ensemble you can double many of these parts. Additionally, students can be case as Speakeasy staff and customers, including a Waiter, Candy Cigarette Girls, Lena's Bodygaurds, Male Gamblers, additional Chrous Girls, Splurge Attendants, Speakeasy Customers, and Members of Fat Sam and Dandy Dan's Gangs.
Hal Leonard Vocal Competition - 2021 Winners THE 2021 HAL LEONARD VOCAL COMPETITION WINNERS Complete List ART SONG WINNERS Children's Voices Ages 12 and under (as of February 1, 2021) First Place Liliy Yezdanian (age 12) Clifton, New Jersey Lacordiare Academy Pianists: Liliana Sotrova, Glenn Gordon Voice Teachers: Amelia DeMayo, Lilana Sotirova Second Place (tie) Heidi Hager (age 10) Herndon, Virginia Navy Elementary School Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Ingrid Lestrud Maya Louise Joshi (age 11) Cresskill, New Jersey Cresskill Middle School Pianist: Liliana Sortirova Voice Teachers: Amelia DeMayo, Glenn Gordon, Liliana Sotirov Third Place (tie) Katherine Berdovskiy (age 11) Davis, California Sutter Peak Charter Academy Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Irina Leykina Diya Koul (age 11)) Lexington, Massachusetts Maria Hastings Elementary School Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Elizabeth Sterling) Honorable Mentions Kayla Cochamiro (age 11) Short Hills, New Jersey Joseph Kushner Hebrew Academy Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Rebecca Thompson-Galecki Baylee Horvath (age 12) Gilbert, Arizona Christ Greenfield School Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Nichole Jensen Juliet Lee (age 10) Vienna, Virginia Harmonia School of Music and Art Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Sonia Yon Madison Miller (age 12) Ooltewah, Tennessee Homeschooled Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Nichole Jensen Luke Reimer (age 12) Coralville, Iowa Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Mia Fryvecind Chelsea Sun (age 11) University Park, Texas McCulloch Intermediate School Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Yixuan Han Gloria Wang (age 11) Johns Creek, Georgia Wilson Creek Elementary School Pianist: Jungkyu Han Voice Teacher: Qian Li Finalists Rayna Batreja (NJ) Juliet Besch-Turner (NY) Isha Bhandari (NJ) Claire Butler (TX) Davna Ceron (NJ) Alera Cetrulo (CA) Maya Cheng (IA) Chloe Ding (CA) Scarlett Diviney (NY) Charlotte Dugan (NH) Jacqueline Foley (AZ) Agustya Harsh (NJ) Daphne Hatzigiannis (MA) Lucia Hendricks (WI) Ashley Hua (GA) Anjali Kandur (GA) David Kupchenko (IL) Audrey Lee (NJ) Josephine Martin (NY) Donna Megules (NJ) Maggie Miao (NY) Brooke Naznitsky (NJ) Shreya Philips (TX) Katherine Pottkotter (TX) Rebekah Rogstad (CA) Kendall Sorenson (NY) Ainsley Sorenson (NY) Savannah Swiatkowski (AZ) Carmen Tarajano (NC) Madeline Thach (TX) Matthew Vallero (CA) Brynn Walker (CA) Ainsley Zauel (VA) C’nai Zecharya (PA) Semi-Finalists Anika Agrawal (VA) Lyla Eve Bauer (TX) Lilia Bernstein (CA) Cadence Bleakley (CA) Theodore Burke (CA) Bekah Calaway-Habeck (IL) Kaitlin Cho (CA) Montanna Coil (AZ) Lilliana DeBoer (NJ) Rudrani Ghoshal (NC) Ellivia Gold (NY) Jianna Gutt (NY) Tilly Haselhuhn (CA) Trinity Hu (MA) Rei Huston (NH) Joyce Huynh (CA) Marcy Elizabeth Ip (GA) Catherine Ji (GA) Sid Kamat (NJ) Julia Kartvelishvili (IA) Chloe Kim (NJ) Mady King (AZ) Charlie Kratz (PA) Jiaxuan Li (GA) Elina Ma (GA) Olivia Ma (GA) Sally Marlin (IN) Brittany McGraw (NJ) Lily Mei (NJ) Lily Morgan (VA) Anh-Thu Nguyen (CA) Kaia Olberg (IL) Saisha Pal (VA) Katherine Purdy (NY) Ryan Rahman (CA) Lillian Rogers (TX) Aanya Santosh (IL) Akiv Shah (NJ) Anna Smith (TX) Sophia Toncich-Mandel (NJ) Kate Walker (CA) Reed Walker (CA) Grace Wang (GA) Owen Wang (ON) Ava Whytsell (SC) Claire Xiao (NH) Audrey Zelkovic (NY) Lindsey Zhao (TX) Early Teen Voices Ages 13-15 (as of February 1, 2021) First Place Kennedy Percival (age 15) Upland, California Homeschooled Pianist: Desireé Bryner Voice Teacher: Camille Waage Second Place Lia Zheng (age 15) San Diego, California Canyon Crest Academy Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Zeping Cai Third Place (tie) Evelyn Hsu (age 14) San Jose, California Lynbrook High School Pianist: Dmitriy Cogan Voice Teacher: Haruna Shiokawa Andrea Nalywajko (age 15) New York, New York Stuyvesant High School Pianist: Mun Tzung Wong Voice Teacher: Catherine Mazzone Honorable Mentions Jude Frazier (age 13) Orlando, Florida Osceola County School for the Arts Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Jeanai LaVita Christine Kelly (age 15) Geneva, Illinois Geneva High School Pianist: Clare Chenoweth Voice Teacher: JoEllyn Caulfield Aurna Mukherjee (age 14) Austin, Texas Liberal Arts and Science Academy Pianist: Sunkyong Park Voice Teacher: Stella Yoon Avery Nokes (age 13) Arlington, Virginia Sidwell Friends School Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Tricia Grey Lukas Palys (age 13) Dallas, Texas St. Mark’s School of Texas Pianist: Rami Palys Voice Teacher: Nili Riemer Evan Shidler (age 15) Short Hills, New Jersey Millburn High School Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Ronald Cappon Finalists Emelia Aceto (OH) Elisabeth Baer (GA) Zoey Blackman (NJ) Gabrielle Brayman (NJ) Elizabeth Cho (MD) Alicia Chu (DE) Grace Chung (NJ) Henry Cornell (NY) Eva Crichton (NY) Janie du Pont (DE) Ciela Elliott (NY) Wesley Geary (AZ) Anushri Ghoshal (NC) Shayla He (CA) Michaela Hieb (CO) Amelie Kaufman (NY) Estella Sky Keyoung (CA) Meghan Linnington (OK) Bridget Lomax (NJ) Gianna Macedon (VA) Brianna Nita (ON) Adithi Nythruva (AZ) Maxine Park (CA) Hasitha Putcha (TX) Aashna Rana (CA) Rachel Rogstad (CA) Viveka Saravanan (CA) Jocie Schnee (VA) Erin Schumacher (AZ) Elena Skirgaudas (WA) Gina Vicari (VA) Ashley Wang (CA) Roger Wang (CA) Andreas Warren (IA) Sophia Welch (VA) Samantha Wu (CA) Eddie Yin (WA) Sabrina Zhu (CA) Semi-Finalists Mithra Ajoy (CA) Alexandra Bae (NJ) Ty Brennan (WI) Max Budowski (CA) Mary Campbell (CA) Silvan Friedman (CT) Ashmita Ghosh (NC) Sophia Holmgren (MA) SangHoon Jung (NJ) Erin Kazmierczak (NY) Alex Kim (NC) Morgan Lomax (NJ) Stephanie Lopez (NY) Salina Mu (TX) Violet Pasmooij (CA) Renna Popli (CA) Raghav Ramgopal (CA) Kirby Rosplock (FL) Csepke Sallai (VA) Michelle Skylar (FL) Skye Stauffer (TX) Sarah Traphagan (TX) Sindhu Vemulapalli (CA)) Julia Wall (MA)) Xinpei Wang (TX)) Margaret Zhang (NY) High School Voices Ages 16-18 (as of February 1, 2021) First Place Joseph Murphy (age 17) Brooklyn, New York) Edward R. Murrow High School Pianist: Dmitry Glivinskiy Voice Teacher: Christine Moore Vassallo Second Place (tie) Bradley Boatright (age 18) Smithville, Texas Smithville High School Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Michelle Haché Katherine Ramirez (age 17) San Antonio, Texas New Trail Homeschool Academy Pianist: Daniel Zamora Voice Teacher: Crystal Jarrell Johnson Third Place (tie) Eloise Fox (age 16) Landenberg, Pennsylvania Avon Grove High School Pianists: Katelan Tran Terrell, Mathew Odell Voice Teachers: Lorraine Nubar, Cynthia Sanner Saman de Silva (age 16) Los Altos Hills, California Henry M. Gunn High School Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Jace Witti Honorable Mentions Avni Kamat (age 16) Lexington, Massachusetts Lexington High School Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Noune Karapetian Alison Kessler (age 17) New Rochelle, New York The Leffell School Pianist: ? Voice Teacher: Lorraine Nubar Ava Kuntz (age 17) Santa Ana, California Orange County School of the Arts Pianist: John Henri Voice Teacher: Kathleen Martin Lizi Kvernadze (age 17) Brooklyn, New York Edward R. Murrow High School Pianist: Dmitry Glivinskiy Voice Teacher: Christine Moore Vassallo Audrey Michael (age 17) Traverse City, Michigan Traverse City West Senior High Pianist: Jamie Hardesty Voice Teacher: Jayne Sleder Ella Rescigno (age 18) Columbia, South Carolina Spring Valley High School Pianist: Luke Fang Voice Teacher: Rachel Calloway Aida Skaraite (age 17) Lemont, Illinois Lemont High School Pianist: Lisa Kristina Voice Teacher: Rachel Olson Finalists Mia Baron (CA) Ellie Brenner (WI) Mina Brooks-Schmidt (AK) Alexandra Cook (CA) Matthew Danforth (NJ) Miriam Friedman (IL) Ethan Hardyk (PA) Erin Hess (NY) Samuel Higgins (MA) Emilia Jurzyk (IL) Paige Klemenhagen (MN) Mary Julia Lashley (OH) Natalie Mastali (FL) Emily Mulva (TX) Alyrie Silverman (NJ) Thalia Suleymanov (NY) Kirsten Tierney (VA) Cherie Uyanik (CA) JoEllen West (TX) William Yang (TX) Peggy Yin (NY) Flora Yuan (CA) Anna Zavelson (TX) Semi-Finalists Arya Balian (MD) Benjamin Barham-Wiese (NY) Anushku Basu (CA) Ellina Bolster (MI) Chelsea Cannon (AZ) Karly Cahn (NY) Olivia Dubay (NC) Andie Earl (NJ) Grace Finke (CA) Katrina Franco (CA) Sydney Horan (FL) Henry Hsiao (NJ) Lexi Lanni (RH) Beau Leavenworth (IA) Wyatt McDaniel (NY) Murphy McDermott (NY) Keely McNab (TX) Kylie Merrill (AZ) Tiffani Mezitis (NY) Cassie Miller (AZ) Kyubin Moon (IL) Shikta Mukherjee (NJ) Ashwini Narayanan (IL) Abby Olson (CA) Bria Petrella (NJ) Reatan Plank (AZ) Aanya Pramanik (TX) Melody Prater (KS) Tanisha Pulla (CA) Sanjna Rajagopalan (NJ) Akash Raman (MI) Olivia Roberts (OR) Soren Ryssdal (CA) Emma Stamper (FL) Abigail Sundahl (MO) Mayu Tayama (CA) Gabriella Treutle (FL) Jessica Wastchak (AZ) Amelia Williams (FL) Amy Yan (TX) Damla Yesil (NY) College/Univeristy Voices Ages 18-23 (as of February 1, 2021) First Place Sophie Naubert (age 22) Conservatoire de musique de Montréal Pianist: Chloe Dumoulin Voice Teacher: Aline Kutan Second Place (tie) Adam Catangui (age 20) Eastman School of Music Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Nicole Cabell Dalia Medovnikov (age 19) Curtis Institute of Music Pianist: Emily Olin Voice Teacher: Emily Olin Third Place (tie) Colin Aikins (age 21) Curtis Institute of Music Pianist: Lisa Keller Voice Teacher: Julia Faulkne Kaya Giroux (age 20) Carnegie Mellon University Pianist: Rosie Irwin Voice Teacher: Maria Spacagna Honorable Mentions Morgan Mastrangelo (age 22) Northwestern University Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Pamela Hinchman Madison Miller (age 22) University of Michigan Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Scott Piper Madelin Morales (age 20) Eastman School of Music Pianist: Seoyeon Park Voice Teacher: Kathryn Cowdrick Rachel Schlesinger (age 18) Purchase Conservatory of Music Pianist: Djordje Nesic Voice Teacher: Sherry Overholt MUSICAL THEATRE WINNERS Children's Voices Ages 12 and under (as of February 1, 2021) First Place Katherine Berdovskiy (age 11) Davis, California Sutter Peak Charter Academy Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Irina Leykina Second Place (tie) Ayla Collins (age 12) Alexandria, Virginia Carl Sandburg Middle School Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Aimee Barnes Charlie Russell (age 11) Alexandria, Virginia Belle View Elementary School Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Aimee Barnes Third Place (tie) Agustya Harsh (age 12) Edgewater, New Jersey homeschooled Pianist: Glenn Gordon Voice Teachers: Amelia DeMayo, Liliana Sotirova, Glenn Gordon Caitlin Hayles (age 12) Brooklyn, New York Medgar Evers College Preparatory School Pianist: Shane Schag Voice Teacher: Jeanai La Vita Honorable Mentions Anna Burnham (age 11) Georgetown, Indiana Highland Hills Middle School Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Katherine Maras Haulter Ryan Coglianese (age 11) Western Springs, Illinois McClure Junior High Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Tracey Ford Amelie Cruz (age 12) Chicago, Illinois Urban Prairie Waldorf School Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Rachel Olson Elsa Dees (age 12) Greenwich, Connecticut The Brearley School Pianist: Shane Schag Voice Teacher: Jeanai La Vita Baylee Horvath (age 12) Gilbert, Arizona Christ Greenfield School Pianist: Jenn Crandell Voice Teacher: Nichole Jensen Ashley Hua (age 10) Marietta, Georgia Mount Bethel Elementary School Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teachers: Tina Cui, Madison Zahorsky Maya Louise Joshi (age 11) Cresskill, New Jersey Cresskill Middle School Pianist: Glenn Gordon Voice Teachers: Amelia DeMayo, Liliana Sotirova, Glenn Gordon Anna Smith (age 11) Austin, Texas Zach Performing Arts Academy Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Laura Mehl Addison Valentino (age 11) Buchanan, New York Blue Mountain Middle School Pianist: Glenn Gordon Voice Teacher: Amelia DeMayo Lily Yezdanian (age 12) Clifton, New Jersey Lacordaire Academy Pianist: Glenn Gordon Voice Teachers: Amelia DeMayo, Liliana Sotirova Finalists Chloe Aldrete (CA) Ava Barabasz (IL) Lilia Bernstein (CA) Adrish Bhattacharyys (CA) Alyse Biukians (PA) Lydia Bogdonovitch (MA) Gabriella Bozan (OH) Angelina Bubel (NY) Ryan Buggle (NJ) Theodore Burke (CA) Jack Burns (WA) Claire Butler (TX) Melanie Caplan (FL) Amelia Carlson (CA) Davna Ceron (NJ) Alera Cetrulo (CA) Karolina Coelho (FL) Elle Cohen (NC) Grace Coon (MS) Catherine Copland (NC) Adeline DeFeo (MA) Alaina Fernando (IL) Hadley Fugate (AZ) Anne Gao (VA) Liam Garrett (AZ) William Goldsman (NY) Delilah Grad (TX) Ashley Hansen (CA) Natalie Hartung (WI) Annabel Hightower (VA) Nicole Hodges (TX) Veronica James (NJ) Felice Kakaletris (NJ) Sid Kamat (NJ) Sudhisksha Kamatham (TX) Chris Khourty (MA) Diya Koul (MA) Audrey Lee (NJ) Bella Leybovich (AZ) Ruthie Manasseh (CA) Embry Marcum (IN) Carter Meza (CA) Grace Millar (OR) Madison Miller (TN) Yifan Monroe (WA) Ruchira Mukherjee (CA) Brooke Naznitsky (NJ) Mollie Pedersen (NH) Shreya Philips Komattu (TX) Elliot Roa (OR) Rebeka Rogstad (CA) Agneya Roy (NC) Gemma Schleper (NJ) Akiv Shah (NJ) Amelia Shunaman (ON) Molly Kate Skupien (LA) Olivia Bee Sposa (NJ) Charlotte Storm (TX) Ailey Tetrault (FL) Lydia Tracy (TX) Emilie Tseng (CA) Ella Valente (FL) Mariela Vazquez (FL) Ansley Wadle (TX) Brynn Walker (CA) Reed Walker (CA) Angela Xiao (WA) Ainsley Zauel (VA) Samantha Zell (AZ) Semi-Finalists Nethania Ajan (TX) Anna Athungal (NJ) Anne Frances Atkinson (MS) Jennifer Augusta (CA) Nevena Aurelius (FL) Ella Bailey (AZ) Eunice Bang (NJ) Gwendolyn Bartow (OR) Gabriela Bashir (VA) Alisha Batreja (NJ) Luna Baxter (WA) Cadence Bleakley (CA) Leticia Bromley (TX) Lexi Brown (TX) Olivia Bucci (IN) Catalina Chang (NY) Amber Chen (GA) Maya Cheng (IA) Vinya Chhabra (NJ) Annabelle Chung (VA) Sua Chung (VA) Phoebe Rose Claeys (GA) Montanna Coil (AZ) Kayla Colchamiro (NJ) Valerie Combs (CA) Zoe Cook (WA) Maliyah Cooper (IN) Lucy Cox (GA) Savannah Cox (AL) Aja Crockett (MA) Lucia Cunningham (CA) Amelie Curry (CT) Avery Davis (CT) Brenley Day (TX) Lilliana DeBoer (NJ) Aerina DeBoer (NJ) Peyton Deignan (PA) Katelyn Dempsey (IL) Chloe Ding (CA) Scarlett Diviney (NY) Olivia Dulik (IL) Vince Ermita (NJ) Maya Eswaran (VA) Jacqueline Foley (AZ) Kathleen Gahagen (IN) Yiqing Gao (TX) Rudrani Choshal (NC) Riley Glenn (MD) Ellivia Gold (NY) Heidi Hager (VA) Olivia Haller (AZ) Hazel Hay (VA) Ella Hebeisen (MD) Lucia Hendricks (WI) Avital Hermann (NJ) Cassandra Herrador (NY) Amelia Holly (IL) Rei Huston (NH) Anjali Kandur (GA) Sahana Karthik (TX) Adhya Karukurichi (MN) Katelyn Kieninger (IL) Mady King (AZ) Niyati Kotagal (GA) Frederick Kranenburg (OR) Faith Krieger (PA) Farrah Lane (AL) Juliet Lee (VA) Noa Levin (IL) Nola Linder (VT) Tatum Littlejohn (AZ) McKenzie Lopezlira (AZ) Ethan Ly (LA) Mark Ma (GA) Eve Manasseh (CA) Josephine Martin (NY) Brittany McGraw (NJ) Donna Megules (NJ) Maggie Miao (NY) Aubrey Morgan (TX) Lily Morgan (VA) Ena Mujakic (ON) Elina Nartates (WA) Braylen Nelson (TX) Elsa Newbower (MA) Danica Nolasco (AZ) Kaia Olberg (IL) Sophie Ostrovski (ON) Elise Pacheco (MA) Joshua Parecki (CA) Danielle Parsons (PA) Katherine Pottkotter (TX) Mackenzie Pressley (FL) Anna Przybylko (NJ) Katherine Purdy (NY) Nikila Rajan (TX) Charlotte Raynor (PA) Guy Riskind (FL) Lillian Rogers (TX) Ruby Sachs (NY) Shea Sanders (IA) Clara Seay (IN) Samaira Singh (NJ) Ainsley Sorenson (NY) Kendall Sorenson (NY) Savannah Springer (AZ) Aditi Sridhar (VA) Sienna Stoll (AZ) Jacob Sturgis (PA) Chelsea Sun (TX) Kailey Sunwoo (NJ) Sofia Swade (NC) Savannah Swiatkowski (AZ) Madeline Switzer (OR) Carmen Tarajano (NC) Madeline Thach (TX) Sophia Toncich (NJ) Karstyn Traylor (TX) Sofia Trompeter (FL) Renee Tse (TX) Ciana Tzuo (NY) Matthew Vallero (CA) Clara Visser (IA) Alice Wade (IN) Gloria Wang (GA) Claire Xiao (NH) Savannah Zeis (NY) Kacey Zhang (ON) April Zhong (WA) Chloe Zittel (NY) Early Teen Voices Ages 13-15 (as of February 1, 2021) First Place Lizzie Gill (age 15) Dublin, Ohio Dublin Coffman High School Pianist: Amy Pottkotter Voice Teacher: Stephanie Henkle Second Place (tie) Christine Kelly (age 15) Geneva, Illinois Geneva High School Pianist: Clare Chenoweth Voice Teacher: JoEllyn Caulfield Rachel Parsons (age 15) Clairton, Pennsylvania Thomas Jefferson High School Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Erin Kesser Third Place (tie) Emelia Aceto (age 15) Hinckley, Ohio Highland High School Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Denise Milner Howell Callie Chae Pyken (age 13) Los Angeles, California Colburn School Pianist: Nick Wilders Voice Teachers: Julia Gregory, Cassie Okenka Honorable Mentions Sienna Gasparrelli (age 13) Mentions Escondido, California homeschooled Pianist: Pam Revitte Voice Teacher: Pam Revitte Morgan Greco (age 15) Camas, Washingtoon homeschooled Pianist: Elizabeth Morris Voice Teacher: Teresa Schnell-Hochanadel Shayla He (age 14) Saratoga, California The Harker School Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Alison Collins Clare Keman (age 13) Southlake, Texas Regina Caeli Academy Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Laura Melson Christopher Kranenburg (age 15) Central Point, Oregon St. Mary’s School Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Andrea Hochkeppel Camryn Malo (age 14) Barrie, Ontario The Melody in Me Pianist: Katie Pergau Voice Teacher: Margot Hamilton Aurna Mukherjee (age 14) Austin, Texas Liberal Arts and Science Academy Pianist: Sunkyong Park Voice Teacher: Stella Yoon Amanda Swickle (age 15) Jericho, New York Jericho High School Pianist: Nicholas Ferla Voice Teacher: Allie Brault Ananya Yadati (age 13) Beachwood, Ohio Hathaway Brown School Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Helen Todd Finalists Audrey Barr (NJ) Maddie Basich (CA) Lydiia Berckley (TX) Ainsley Buice (CA) Nana Castle (NC) Henry Cornell (NY) Halina de Jong-Lambert (NY) Juliana Dees (CT) Keely Donlan (NJ) Ciela Elliott (NY) Hadley Fitton (MA) Patrick Ford (MD) Macy Gabel (NY) Anika Ganesan (VA) Aleah Garcia (AZ) Julianna Gutekunst (PA) Michael Hieb (CO) Isabel Hoch (NY) Whit Jury (IA) Ellie Kim (TX) Alex Kim (NC) Sofia Lee (GA) Meghan Linnington (OK) Stephanie Lopez (NY) Grace Martin (NJ) Avery Mattison (CA) Alysia McCarthy (NV) Mia McFarland (AZ) Sarah McKinley (TX) Ellie Michaels (MI) Avery Nokes (VA) Adithi Nythruva (AZ) Maxine Park (CA) Kennedy Percival (CA) Gabe Ponichter (NY) Jennifer Ribble (TN) Frida Ruiz-Berman (TX) Ava Saba (AZ) Devin Sadler (IL) Sydney Safarik (TX) Joelle Sellers (TX) Milan Shetty (WA) Amelia Silberman (NC) Elena Skirgaudas (WA) Nandu Sreekanth (FL) Lauren Sun (NY) Marget Tenters (MA) Cooper Turk-Gagel (IN) Roger Wang (GA) Sophia Welch (VA) Claira Williams (FL) Samantha Wu (CA) Semi-Finalists Sneha Arya (TX) Madeline Austin (IA) Madeline Ayala (TX) Elisabeth Baer (GA) Anneliese Baum (NY) Kaitlin Black (TX) Zoey Blackman (NJ) Eillie Brower (MI) Vivian Brown (OH) Gracie Butt (AZ) Lilly Carroll (OR) Kate Clemetson (NV) Gianna Codispoti (FL) J.C. Colella (NJ) Eva Crichton (NY) Maeve Cunningham (NJ) Amelie Damseaux (FL) Jordan Daniels (CA) Zoe Dempsey (IL) Sophie DeOliveira (MA) Franziska Diefenbach (NY) Aniela Egan (MD) Elizabeth Babiar (GA) Jacquelyn Erickson (CO) Francesca Falbo (CA) Silvan Friedman (CT) Lucia George (MI) Ashmita Ghosh (NC) Anushri Ghoshal (NC) Ava Haller (AZ) Jessica Holliday (NJ) Kaelynn Jackson (NJ) Amelie Kaufman (NY) Jocelyn Knorr (PA) Vanessa Li (MMD) Bridget Lomax (NJ) Morgan Lomax (NJ) Cassidy Loria (VA) Aden Hayhew (IL) Elizabeth McDonald (LA) Libby McDonald (WA) Alex Metivier (OH) Sierra Milone (NJ) Lara Miranda (FL) Henley Nance (MS) Sean Nesamoney (CA) Joon-Hyung Daniel Noh (CA) Violet Pasmooij (GA) Lena Racelis (AL) Anastasia Ramirez (CA) Andrew Rickey (NJ) Kylan Ritchie (TN) Rachel Rogstad (CA) Himawari Rueff (CA) Katherine Ryan (NY) Jocie Schnee (VA) Erin Schumacher (AZ) Cole Seevers (VA) Darcy Serenbetz (NJ) Jayla Shedeed (CO) Jessica Smith (PA) Abigail Springer (AZ) Skye Stauffer (TX) Sydney Steiner (NJ) Grace Stoltzfus (PA) Addison Stout (IN) Charlotte Teeples (VA) Annabel Tew (PA) Naomi Thuren (OR) Donatella To (CA) Josh Townshend (MD) Hailey Tramonte (OH) Aaryahi Vaidya (CA) Ella Vakiner (IA) Isabella Vazquez-Janik (PA) Gina Vicari (VA) Lila Wagner-Gleeson (OH) Sydney Wechsler (NJ) Katie Wylie (MA) Margaret Zhang (NY) High School Voices Ages 16-18 (as of February 1, 2021) First Place Aliyah Douglas (age 16) Oro Valley, Arizona Ironwood Ridge High School Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Stephanie Fox Second Place (tie) Matthew Danforth (age 17) Demarest, New Jersey The Dwight Englewood School Pianists: Glenn Gordon, Steve Marzullo Voice Teachers: Amelia DeMayo, Liliana Sotirova Alyssa Sunew (age 17) Katy, Texas Seven Lakes High School Pianist: Jeannine Rowden Voice Teacher: Jeannine Rowden Third Place (tie) Ellie Brenner (age 16) Durand, Wisconsin Interlochen Arts Academy Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Elizabeth Gray Katrina Franco (age 16) San Francisco, California San Francisco University High School Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Heidi Moss Honorable Mentions Serena Dailey (age 17) Brooklyn, New York Edward R. Murrow High School Pianist: Thomas Hodges Voice Teacher: Christine Moore Vassallo Amelia Gibbons (age 16) De Pere, Wisconsin West De Pere High School Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Kaara McHugh Rachel Ginn (age 17) Pewaukee, Wisconsin Catholic Memorial High School Pianist: Kaoko Miyazawa Voice Teacher: Christine Flasch Evelyn Hecht (age 17) Maple, Ontario Westmount Collegiate Institute Pianist: Narmina Efendiyeva Voice Teacher: Miriam Eskin Ava Kuntz (age 17) Santa Ana, California Orange County School of the Arts Pianist: John Henri Voice Teacher: Kathleen Martin Lauren Marchand (age 16) Jericho, New York Jericho Senior High School Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Giuseppe Spoletini Kylie Merrill (age 17) Chandler, Arizona Perry High School Pianist: Jenn Crandall Voice Teacher: Nichole Jensen Janessa Minta (age 17) Corvallis, Oregon Corvallis High School Pianist: Joy Ueng Voice Teacher: Beverly Park Josh Pike (age 16) Peoria, Arizona Arizona Conservatory for Arts and Academics Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Susan Washburn Alexa Reeves (age 17) Mentions Cherry Hill, New Jersey (continued) Paul VI High School Pianist: Melissa Daniels McCann Voice Teacher: Melissa Daniels McCann Ty'Ria Rounds (age 17) Alton, Illinois Alton High School Voice Teacher: Eddie Hitchcock Emma Wallace (age 17) Austin, Texas McCallum High School Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Michelle Haché Finalists Maya Baijal (NY) Mia Baron (CA) Shayne Barrett (NJ) Skyy Brooks (PA) Mina Brooks-Schmidt (AK) Alison Bruner (PA) Caitlin Callahan (OR) Nicole Campos (TX) Amelie Chaouat (TX) Joceyln Coburn (NY) Hadley Connor (MA) Alexandra Cook (CA) Giorgia Dallasta (MD) Lucy Daniels (IL) Meghna Das (NJ) Andrew Dlugosch (TX) Andie Earl (NJ) Natalie Evans (AB) Eniya Fields (IL) Grace Finke (CA) Isabella Fisher (NY) Karli Fisher (TX) Sarah Fountain (CA) Francesca Gamba (NY) Alexis Gearty (MI) Ainsley Gilbert (TX) Matthew Gordon (WA) Seth Greene (NC) Grace Hahn (CA) Julia Hancock (MD) Jasmine Harrick (WA) Isabel Hernandez (IL) Hannah Hess (NC) Eveyln Izdepski (VA) Jessica Jang (TX) Nicole Jones (VA) Grace Kang (VA) Zy’Miracle Kearney (NC) Alison Kessler (NY) Erika Kessler (NJ) Rachel Lewiski (PA) Annie Martin (NJ) Zoe Martinez (CA) Wyatt McDaniel (NY) Hannah McLaughlin (NC) Olivia Miniuk (VA) Libby Mullins (VA) Kyla O’Deay (LA) Alexandra O’Farrell (ON) Abby Olson (CA) Emily Orlowski (NJ) Olivia Ostlund (CA) Marius Pearson (NJ) Bria Petrella (NJ) Samantha Phat (NC) Reagan Plank (NC) Sara Porjosh (VA) Melody Prater (KS) Tanisha Pulla (CA) Alexa Pupich (IL) Ava Jolie Savino (NJ) Madi Shaer (MA) Rose Shyk (PA) Ethan Staver (WI) Yumeko Stern (CT) Madalyn Stevens (MA) Peter Sunseri (CA) Jillian Swartout (CA) Julia Taglang (PA) Kirsten Tierney (VA) Hannah Tramonte (OH) Julisa Veron (CA) Nick Vitale (CA) Vanessa Vu (CA) Jessica Wastchak (AZ) Natalie Wiley (IL) Alaina Wilkins (NJ) Amelia Williams (FL) Bethany Yeh (MD) Peggy Yin (NY) Isabel Young (WI) Amelia Zakroff (NJ) Anderson Zoll (TX) Semi-Finalists Marissa Abbott (WI) Marina Adel (CA) Yara Afifi (VA) Cayman Alatalo (WI) Lottie Arnold (OH) Kristin Barker (MD) Bella Birdsley (TX) Sophia Bogdanovitch (MA) Mariella Boudreau (WI) Eliza Brennan (NY) Carolyn Calbeck (IL) Julia Campion (AZ) Elizabeth Crawford (MA) Samantha Croco (IA) Deborah Cusnir (FL) Jackson Daley (MA) Kathryn Dooley (TX) Olivia Dostal (AZ) Giovanni Faltz (NJ) Emersen Fitch (NC) Arijana Florez (NY) Oliva Fortuna (NJ) Simone Gelety (AZ) Jared Gibson (WI) Madeline Giebels (OR) Lauren Goldsborough (NJ) Katie Jo Graham (KY) Avery Horn (IL) Corrine Jones (IL) Faith Kirkland (AZ) Nicole Kirshy (MA) Jadyn Krouse (NJ) Sophia Kumagai (IL) Elizabeth Larabee (MA) Beau Leavenworth (IA) Cassie Miller (AZ) Kieralynn Moshier (AZ) Emma Myers (PA) Ashwini Narayanan (IL) Annemarie Pongonthara (ON) Lou Ponticiello (IL) Audrey Pottkotter (TX) Ella Reidway (VA) Leah Rettig (TX) Katya Sacharow (MA) Mackenzie Schubert (NJ) Paige Shanks (AZ) Clare Shannon (VA) Caleigh Sheehan (NY) Daniel Shirk (WI) Lillian Slater (IL) Sarah Smith (NJ) Kate Tomson (IA) Olivia Ustinovich (MA) Kavya Vandavasi VA) Ariana Velasquez (NJ) Lucy Walter (TX) Sasha Warm (NY) Skie Weaver (WA) Avery Woods Weber (CT) Kayla Xu (CA) Young Adult Voices Ages 18-23 (as of February 1, 2021) Enrollment in a school is not required in this category, nor is a voice teacher, but if the singer provided that information it appears below. First Place Morgan Mastrangelo (age 22) Northwestern University Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Pamela Hinchman Second Place (tie) Ashlyn Combs (age 21) Nashville, Tennessee Recorded Accompaniment Sarah Juliano (age 22) University of Michigan Pianist: Eric Banitt Voice Teacher: George Shirley Third Place (tie) Benjamin Perkinson (age 19) University of Mary Hardin – Baylor Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Michelle Haché Piero Regis (age 23) Boston Conservatory at Berklee Pianist: Lindsay Albert Voice Teacher: Victor Jannet Honorable Mentions Margot Frank (age 22) Millikin University Pianists: Roberta Duchak, Cameron Burgess Voice Teacher: Roberta Duchak Shavon Lloyd (age 23) SUNY Potsdam Crane School of Music Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Lonel Woods Madison Miller (age 23) University of Michigan Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Scott Piper Sabrina Shah (age 18) Recorded Accompaniment Voice Teacher: Jeanai LaVita Finalists Sarah Allbrandt Sarah Duren Katelyn Farebrother Sophia Fortuna Charlie Grass Joanna Heneveld Sam Joseph Renee Kauffman Sarah Lambert Tate McElhaney Katie Murphy Madison Raef Emma Robinson Ayaka Shimada Abigail Storm Will Upham Back To Top
Licensing Publishers Hal Leonard proudly represents the following catalogs in print and digital media. For specific publishing names and artists, skip to the Alphabetical Listing. ASSOCIATED PUBLISHERS Acuff-Rose Addax Adria K Almo Amerita Arc Atlantic Atlas Barton Bicycle Big Deal Black Bull Black River Blue Mountain BMG BMG Blue BMG Bumblebee BMG Firefly BMG Gold BMG Monarch BMG Platinum BMG Rights Management BMG Ruby BMG Sapphire Bruin Bug Can't Stop Careers Chariscourt Cherio Cherry Lane Chrysalis Colgems EMI Combine Concord Conrad Creeping Death Criterion Cross Keys Dixie Stars Downtown Dwarf E.B. Marks (educational titles) E.H. Morris E.O. Smith Eastman Emerald Forest EMI April EMI Blackwood Ensign Entertainment Co. Evergreen Experience Hendrix Famous Fantasy Fox Film Frank Music Corp. Gear Publishing Co. Gene Autry Music Group Genevieve Gibb Brothers Gimbel Gladys Glocca Morra Golden West Melodies Gone Gator Goodman Group Grey Dog Haapala Harrisongs Harwin HoriPro Ice Nine Imagem Irving Jewel Jobete Jondora Jowcol Kobalt Larry Spier Lee Mendelson Film Lehsem Leiber & Stoller Lenono Llee Magic Dog Malaco MCA Melody Ranch Memory Lane MGB Milene MJQ Moebetoblame Mood Morley Mosaic Mowgli MPCA MPL Communications Music & Media International Music Sales New Hidden Valley Northridge Notable Ole Media Ole Red Cape Orpheum Painted Desert Paramount Pastorius Peer International Peermusic Penny Farthing Pic Pixar PolyGram Prestige Primary Wave Princess PSO Limited Pulse Pure Songs Quartet Raleigh Ray Vaughan Music Razor & Tie Really Useful Group Regatta Regent Reservoir Media Ridgeway Rilting Rondor Rytvoc S.A. Music Sailor Scarsdale Screen Gems EMI Seven Summits Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Shawnee Press Silva Sixteen Stars Skidmore Songs Songs of Universal Sony/ATV Harmony Sony/ATV Melody Sony/ATV Music Publishing Sony/ATV Songs Sony/ATV Tunes Southern Music Special Rider Spirit Stage Three Stevie Ray Songs Straitjacket Sudgee 2 Sunflower Sy Vy Tauripin Tunes TCF Thelonious Music Corp. Touchstone Tree Trio Ultra Unison Universal Music - Careers Universal Music - MGB Songs Universal Music - Z Songs Universal Music - Z Tunes Universal Music Corp. Vector Velvet Apple Volta Walt Disney Warock Western Williamson Willis Windswept Wonderland Words West Zomba WRITERS / ARTISTS / SHOWS Addams Family Adler, Richard / Ross, Jerry Arlen, Harold Autry, Gene Bacharach, Burt Band's Visit, The Beatles Bee Gees Berlin, Irving Bock, Jerry/ Harnick, Sheldon Boston Boublil, Alain Brown, Jason Robert Cash, Johnny Clapton, Eric Coleman, Cy Coltrane, John Damn Yankees David, Hal Dear Evan Hansen Dirty Rotten Scoundrels Dylan, Bob Fain, Sammy Full Monty, The Gershwin, George Grateful Dead Greatest Showman, The Guaraldi, Vince Hairspray Harrison, George Hendrix, Jimi Johnson, Eric Kenny G King's Singers, The Knopfler, Mark Lennon, John Les Miserables Lloyd Webber, Andrew Mancini, Henry Marley, Bob Matthews, Dave McCartney, Paul McDonald, Michael Metallica Miller, Steve Miss Saigon Modern Jazz Quartet Monk, Thelonious Motown Records Mraz, Jason Orbison, Roy Parton, Dolly Pastorius, Jaco Songs from "Peanuts" Petty, Tom Phish Presley, Elvis Red Hot Chili Peppers Rodgers, Richard / Hammerstein II, Oscar Schonberg, Claude-Michel Schwartz, Stephen Seger, Bob Simon, Paul Sondheim, Stephen Starr, Ringo Stills, Stephen Sting / Police, The Vai, Steve Vaughan, Stevie Ray Village People, The Weezer Wicked Willson, Meredith Wonder, Stevie Yazbek, David Young, Neil
Michael Abene Michael Abene Michael Abene is a composer, arranger, keyboard player and record producer. Michael joined the Maynard Ferguson band while still a teenager and was responsible for writing some of the most-requested arrangements, such as "Green Dolphin Street," "Airegin," "Fox Hunt," "Chicago," "Whisper Not," "Knarf" and "Cherokee." Michael produced the Grammy-winning projects "Digital Duke" featuring the Duke Ellington Orchestra and "The GRP All-Star Big Band-All Blues." He produced the Grammy-nominated "GRP All-Star Big Band" and "The GRP All-Star Big Band Live" and received nominations in the arranging category for all three big band records. Other projects he has produced are "The GRP Christmas Collection Volumes 1, 2 and 3" (Volume 1 was awarded a gold record for sales of 500,000 units), "Happy Anniversary, Charlie Brown," two projects for Billy Taylor, "... It's a matter of pride" and "Homage," "Maiden Voyage" for Nnenna Freelon plus projects for Billy Cobham, Eddie Daniels and Dave Valentin. Some of the other artists Michael has composed and arranged for are Take 6, Joe Lovano, Bireli Lagrene, Montreal fusion bassist Alain Caron, Dick Oatts, Dave Grusin, for which he received a 1998 Grammy nomination for the arrangement of "America" from "Dave Grusin Presents West Side Story," Chick Corea, Buddy Rich, Dizzy Gillespie, the Mel Lewis Jazz Orchestra, Liza Minnelli, Charles Aznavour, Dave Taylor, Ronnie Cuber, Diva, the Metropole Jazz Orchestra in the Netherlands and the Carnegie Hall Jazz Band. Michael has also appeared as featured pianist and arranger/composer with the UMO Jazz Orchestra in Helsinki, WDR Big Band in Cologne, Germany, the Rotterdam Conservatory Big Band (The Netherlands), Jazz Big Band Graz (Austria), Kluvers Big Band (Denmark) and the BBC Big Band in England. Michael also has produced and arranged for many singers, from pop and crossover artists Patti Austin and B.B. King, to classic jazz artists Grady Tate, Joe Williams, Chris Connor, New York Voices and Diane Schuur. Two works of Michael's were premiered during the summer of 2000: a piece he arranged for The Metropole Jazz Orchestra for seven trombones where each trombonist contributed an original and Michael composed opening and connecting sections allowing the piece to be played as a suite. This composition was performed at the International Trombone Festival in Utrecht, The Netherlands. The second composition was an original work commissioned by The Mancini Institute, where Michael has appeared as composer-in-residence, for bass trombonist Dave Taylor entitled "Heritage: New/Old and Then Some" and performed by The Mancini Institute Orchestra and Big Band. This work has also been performed by The Manhattan School of Music Studio Jazz Orchestra and in 2004 by The Amsterdam Conservatory Orchestra and Big Band. Two new compositions by Michael premiered in 2003 were "Odyssey for Brass," commissioned and performed by The Metropole Jazz Orchestra in Tilburg, The Netherlands and "Fragmentations" performed by the Slovenian Symphony and Radio Big Band. In the fall of 2003 Michael was appointed Musical Director, Principal Composer/Arranger of the WDR Radio Big Band of Cologne, Germany. Because of the response worldwide, Michael has made his compositions and arrangements available to schools and bands and serves as a clinician, and is currently working on his own 11-piece band consisting of two trumpets, french horn, tenor and bass trombone, three reeds and rhythm section. Michael joined the faculty of Manhattan School of Music in January 1998. In 2001 Michael was instrumental in creating a course entitled "Jazz Composition and Arranging for The Studio Orchestra" and in 2003, a Doctoral in Jazz program. Michael and Jim McNeely are the Music Directors of the BMI Jazz Composers Workshop. Publications by Michael Abene
James Pethel James Pethel James Pethel, born December 24, 1936, in Gainesville, Georgia, was the Distinguished Composer-in-Residence and Associate Professor of Music at Carson-Newman College in Jefferson City, Tennessee for 37 years His undergraduate work was at Carson-Newman where he majored in organ and music education. As an NDEA scholarship recipient in 1960, he received his master's degree and did doctoral studies in music composition and theory at George Peabody College in Nashville where he was a student of Phillip Slates and Arnold Salop in composition. At Peabody his organ teachers included Scott Withrow, Sam Bate Owens, and Peter Fyfe. At North Texas State University, he studied organ with Don Willing and Charles Brown. While active at Carson-Newman as a member of the Music Department, Mr. Pethel taught organ, piano, composition, and theory. In addition to his recital work at C-N and churches, he also has served as organist in several churches. Also, Mr. Pethel has served as the sight-singing adjudicator for state vocal and choral association festivals in Tennessee for many years. A regular winner of ASCAP's Standard Award for significant creative work writing and publishing music since 1985, he has had over 250 titles published by 17 major publishing houses and has written several commissioned works including a choral work for the Governor's School for the Arts in l988. His favorite medium for writing is the organ, but he also writes and publishes for the piano, solo instruments, solo voice, and chorus as well. Mr. Pethel has been the nominee for Tennessee's Composer of the Year by music organizations in both Knoxville and Greenville, Tennessee. He was selected by Carson-Newman to receive the Outstanding Alumni Award in 1996. Also, he was honored by the Knoxville chapter of the American Guild of Organists with their Meritorious Award in recognition of his contributions to that organization and his musical activities and achievements as a composer in the field of music. In addition to being a freelance composer, Pethel enjoys photography, swimming, hiking, and collecting interesting toys. Publications by James Pethel
Annie Jr. - Broadway Junior Menu LEARN MORE About Broadway Junior What Comes With the Showkit™? How to License a Broadway Junior Musical Order an Audio Sampler Frequently Asked Questions 60-Min.ute Musicals [JR.] 60-Minute Musicals Aladdin Jr. (Disney) Alice in Wonderland Jr. (Disney) Annie Jr. Beauty and the Beast Jr. (Disney) Bugsy Malone Jr. Children Of Eden Jr. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Jr. Dear Edwina Jr. Doctor Dolittle Jr. Elf The Musical Jr. Fame Jr. Fiddler on the Roof Jr. Finian's Rainbow Jr. Flat Stanley Jr. Frozen Jr. (Disney) A Ghost Tale for Mr. Dickens Jr. (Magic Tree House) Godspell Jr. Guys and Dolls Jr. Hairspray Jr. High School Musical Jr. (Disney) High School Musical 2 Jr. (Disney) Honk! Jr. Into the Woods Jr. James and the Giant Peach Jr. (Roald Dahl) Junie B. Jones Jr. Legally Blonde Jr. The Lion King Jr. (Disney) The Little Mermaid Jr. (Disney) Madagascar - A Musical Adventure Jr. Mary Poppins Jr. (Disney/Cameron Mackintosh) Matilda Jr. (Roald Dahl) Moana Jr. (Disney) The Music Man Jr. My Son Pinocchio Jr. (Disney) Once on This Island Jr. Peter Pan Jr. (Broadway) The Phantom Tollbooth Jr. The Pirates of Penzance Jr. Schoolhouse Rock Live! Jr. Seussical Jr. Shrek Jr. Singin' In The Rain Jr. Sister Act Jr. Thoroughly Modern Millie Jr. Willy Wonka Jr. (Roald Dahl) Xanadu Jr. 30-Min.ute Musicals [KIDS] 30-Minute Musicals 101 Dalmatians KIDS (Disney) Aladdin KIDS (Disney) Annie KIDS Aristocats KIDS (Disney) Dinosaurs Before Dark KIDS (Magic Tree House) Frozen KIDS (Disney) The Jungle Book KIDS (Disney) The Knight at Dawn KIDS (Magic Tree House) The Lion King KIDS (Disney) The Music Man KIDS Pirates Past Noon KIDS (Magic Tree House) Seussical KIDS Willy Wonka KIDS (Roald Dahl) Winnie the Pooh KIDS (Disney) A Year with Frog and Toad KIDS Product Information Musical Numbers Cast of Characters Credits Book by Thomas Meehan Music by Charles Strouse Lyrics by Martin Charnin Based on "Little Orphan Annie" By Permission of the Tribune Media Services, Inc. Overview / Synopsis The idea of turning Harold Gray's "Little Orphan Annie" into a musical comedy was the inspiration of lyricist-director Martin Charnin, who convinced Charles Strouse and librettist Thomas Meehan to join in creating it. The show, which places Annie, Daddy Warbucks and Annie's mutt, Sandy, in New York City in the midst of the Depression, opened on Broadway on April 21, 1977. As an infant, Annie had been abandoned on the front steps of The New York City Municipal Orphanage with a note from her parents promising to return for her someday. Life in the orphanage had been rough under the strict hand of Miss Hannigan, but Annie's life was about to change. Billionaire Oliver Warbucks invites Annie to spend Christmas with him in his mansion, and together, they each discover new happiness. Warbucks soon decides he wants to adopt Annie, but when he learns about her dream of finding her parents and the secret of the half-locket she has treasured for so long, he sets his own feelings aside and orders an exhaustive search for Annie's parents. Annie went on to win seven Tony awards and became the third longest running musical of the 1970s with 2,377 performances. It also won the New York Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Musical. Writing in The World of Musical Comedy, author Stanley Green has said, "...she has unquestionably taken her place as Broadway's most beloved waif of all times." Audio Sampler - HL00235709 $10.00 ShowKit - HL00235700 $695.00 This ShowKit includes: Production Guide Director's Guide Piano/Vocal Score 30 Actor Scripts 2 Rehearsal/Accompaniment CDs Choreography DVD Media Disc 30 Family Matters Booklets 60-Minute JR. Request Individual Components 00235701 - Director's Guide $100.00 00235702 - Piano/Vocal Score $40.00 00235703 - Actor's Script $10.00 00235704 - Actor's Script 10-pak $75.00 00190202 - Rehearsal/Accompaniment CDs $75.00 00235705 - Student Rehearsal CD $10.00 00235706 - Student Rehearsal CD 20-pak $100.00 00235707 - Choreography DVD $50.00 00235708 - Media Disc $10.00 00235709 - Audio Sampler $10.00 Hear A Sample SCENE 1 Maybe [Annie, Orphans] Hard-Knock Life [Annie, Orphans] Hard-Knock Life (Reprise) [Orphans] SCENE 2 Tomorrow [Annie, Sandy] SCENE 3 Little Girls [Miss Hannigan] Little Girls (Reprise) [Miss Hannigan] SCENE 4 I Think I'm Gonna Like It Here [Annie, Grace, Servants] SCENE 5 N.Y.C. [Warbucks, Grace, Annie, Star-to-Be, Chorus] SCENE 6 Easy Street [Rooster, Miss Hannigan, Lily] SCENE 7 You Won't Be an Orphan for Long [Warbucks, Annie] SCENE 8 Maybe (Reprise) [Annie] SCENE 9 You're Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile [Warbucks, Annie] Easy Street (Reprise) [Rooster, Miss Hannigan, Lily] SCENE 10 I Don't Need Anything but You [Warbucks, Annie] Maybe (Second Reprise) [Annie] SCENE 11 Tomorrow (Reprise) [Warbucks, Grace, Roosevelt, Annie, Orphans, Chorus] Annie Annie is a tough, streetwise urchin, who must be able to portray a variety of traits, from aggressive and crafty to friendly and caring. As lead character, she must be a strong actor and singer. Orphans Orphans (Molly, Pepper, Duffy, Kate, Tessie, July) are gritty, neglected and vulnerable, yet basically honest and potentially lovable. They need to have vocal strength and be visually expressive. Miss Hannigan Miss Hannigan is definitely a has-been, whose acrid delivery of her lines and torch-like rendition of her songs must distinguish her from the rest. She must be strong vocally with a good sense of comic timing. Grace Farrell Grace Farrell is mature, calm, cool and together. She is businesslike when dealing with Miss Hannigan and Warbucks, yet maternal toward Annie. Vocally, she has challenging intervals to handle in "N.Y.C." Rooster Hannigan and Lily St. Regis Rooster Hannigan and Lily St. Regis are a team who play off each other's lines constantly. Rooster is flashy, self-assured and the leader; Lily is always distracted and bringing up the rear. Both need to be strong vocally and visually. Oliver Warbucks Oliver Warbucks is the most challenging role for this age group. This actor must appear middle-aged, self-assured and confident. His posture, walk and speech patterns are very important. Servants, Drake, Mrs. Greer, Mrs. Pugh Servants, Drake, Mrs. Greer, Mrs. Pugh are the most fastidious of domestic help - your actors will have fun perfecting precision steps, nods and curtsies. Their heads are always held high and they rarely show their emotions. Vocally not difficult. Additional Characters (limited lines and non-speaking parts) Bundles McCloskey - Laundry Man Apple Seller Dog Catcher Sandy - Annie's Dog Lt. Ward - Policeman Star-to-Be Man in Brownstone Window Usherette Radio Announcer Sound Effects Man Bert Healy - Radio Show Host President Roosevelt Louis Howe - Newspaper Reporter, Friend of Roosevelt Policeman Additional Orphans Servants
The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley Jr. - Broadway Junior Menu LEARN MORE About Broadway Junior What Comes With the Showkit™? How to License a Broadway Junior Musical Order an Audio Sampler Frequently Asked Questions 60-Min.ute Musicals [JR.] 60-Minute Musicals Aladdin Jr. (Disney) Alice in Wonderland Jr. (Disney) Annie Jr. Beauty and the Beast Jr. (Disney) Bugsy Malone Jr. Children Of Eden Jr. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Jr. Dear Edwina Jr. Doctor Dolittle Jr. Elf The Musical Jr. Fame Jr. Fiddler on the Roof Jr. Finian's Rainbow Jr. Flat Stanley Jr. Frozen Jr. (Disney) A Ghost Tale for Mr. Dickens Jr. (Magic Tree House) Godspell Jr. Guys and Dolls Jr. Hairspray Jr. High School Musical Jr. (Disney) High School Musical 2 Jr. (Disney) Honk! Jr. Into the Woods Jr. James and the Giant Peach Jr. (Roald Dahl) Junie B. Jones Jr. Legally Blonde Jr. The Lion King Jr. (Disney) The Little Mermaid Jr. (Disney) Madagascar - A Musical Adventure Jr. Mary Poppins Jr. (Disney/Cameron Mackintosh) Matilda Jr. (Roald Dahl) Moana Jr. (Disney) The Music Man Jr. My Son Pinocchio Jr. (Disney) Once on This Island Jr. Peter Pan Jr. (Broadway) The Phantom Tollbooth Jr. The Pirates of Penzance Jr. Schoolhouse Rock Live! Jr. Seussical Jr. Shrek Jr. Singin' In The Rain Jr. Sister Act Jr. Thoroughly Modern Millie Jr. Willy Wonka Jr. (Roald Dahl) Xanadu Jr. 30-Min.ute Musicals [KIDS] 30-Minute Musicals 101 Dalmatians KIDS (Disney) Aladdin KIDS (Disney) Annie KIDS Aristocats KIDS (Disney) Dinosaurs Before Dark KIDS (Magic Tree House) Frozen KIDS (Disney) The Jungle Book KIDS (Disney) The Knight at Dawn KIDS (Magic Tree House) The Lion King KIDS (Disney) The Music Man KIDS Pirates Past Noon KIDS (Magic Tree House) Seussical KIDS Willy Wonka KIDS (Roald Dahl) Winnie the Pooh KIDS (Disney) A Year with Frog and Toad KIDS Product Information Musical Numbers Cast of Characters Credits Book by Timothy Allen McDonald Music and Lyrics by Timothy Allen McDonald, David Weinstein, Jonathan K. Waller and Stephen Gabriel Based on the book Flat Stanley by Jeff Brown Illustrated by Scott Nash Overview / Synopsis Flat Stanley,the beloved children's book written by Jeff Brown in 1964 has become a literary and pop cultural phenomenon - delighting readers and travelers all around the world. And now, MTI has taken everyone's favorite two-dimensional hero and given him a new life on the stage.The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley JR. - the newest addition to the MTI Broadway Junior Collection is now available for licensing. This means, you can bring the entire Lambchop family to YOUR stage! Stanley Lambchop is your ordinary, every day, run-of-the-mill ten-year-old: normal mom and dad, normal little brother, normal life. That's just the problem...for Stanley, life is too normal. He wants to travel the world, do something amazing, something no one's ever seen before. Careful what you wish for, Stanley! One night, the bulletin board on the wall above Stanley's bed comes loose and falls - right on top of Stanley! The next morning, Stanley Lambchop wakes up flat. Not just a little flat...really, REALLY flat! In a whirlwind musical travelogue, Stanley - the ultimate exchange student - scours the globe for a solution to his unusual problem. He's stamped, posted and cancelled from Washington D.C. to France to Honolulu and beyond. And whether he's rapping with the Declaration of Independence, thwarting a robbery at the Louvre Museum in Paris, or 'hanging ten' off the coast of Hawaii, Stanley is closing in on his goal of being a three-dimensional boy once more. Audio Sampler - HL08753333 $10.00 ShowKit - HL09971226 $695.00 This ShowKit includes: 30 Actor's Scripts Piano/Vocal Score Director's Guide 2 Performance/Accompaniment CDs Choreography DVD Media Disc 30 Family Matters Booklets 60-Minute JR. Request Individual Components 09971227 - Piano/Vocal Score $40.00 09971228 - Director's Guide $100.00 09971229 - Actor's Scripts $10.00 09971232 - Actor's Scripts 10 Pak $75.00 09971230 - Performance/Accompaniment CD $75.00 09971231 - Choreography DVD $50.00 09971234 - Student Rehearsal CD $10.00 09971235 - Student Rehearsal CD 20 Pak $100.00 09971529 - Media Disc $10.00 08753333 - Audio Sampler $10.00 Hear A Sample MUSICAL NUMBERS Meet the Lambchops Bedtime Story Lambchop Lullaby I Wish I Were (Part 1) I Wish I Were (Part 2) Magic Music Stanley's Wish Flatcakes for Breakfast My Child is Flat Doctor Dan Stanley's Exam The Funny Side In a Tree Travelin' Through the Mail Talent Arthur's Lettter Can-Can Capture Mom and Dad's Letter Kiki and Herb Surfin' the Mail Stanley's Not Flat Anymore! Stanley A boy. Arthur Stanley's little brother. Mr. Lambchop Stanley's dad. Mrs. Lambchop Stanley's mom. Caleb Slumber party guest. Jacob Slumber party guest. Cousin Sophie Slumber party guest. Bulletin Board A bulletin board. Mrs. Catero A postwoman. Doctor Dan A hard of hearing, overworked Doctor. Nurse Betty Long-suffering assistant to Doctor Dan. Cool Kids The kids who fly Stanley like a kite. King of the Cool Kids The ringleader of the cool kids. Birds Stanley's singing bird friends in a tree. Crowd A large group of people who see Stanley off. Hollywood Agent A slick, old style agent. Hollywood Assistants Assistants to the agent. Passerby / Wannabes Various folks who live in Los Angeles. Samantha Stanley's friend who moved to Los Angeles. O. Jay D'Art A curator for the Louvre. Mona Lisa Leonardo da Vinci's painting. Napolean Jacques Louis David's painting. Sneak Thief A world-class art burglar. Herb Wavecrest An entertainment reporter. Kiki An entertainment reporter. Assistant Director Assistant director on Stanley's movie. Bikini Wahini Stanley's co-star. Go-Go Dancers Extras in Stanley's movie.
Guys & Dolls Jr. - Broadway Junior Menu LEARN MORE About Broadway Junior What Comes With the Showkit™? How to License a Broadway Junior Musical Order an Audio Sampler Frequently Asked Questions 60-Min.ute Musicals [JR.] 60-Minute Musicals Aladdin Jr. (Disney) Alice in Wonderland Jr. (Disney) Annie Jr. Beauty and the Beast Jr. (Disney) Bugsy Malone Jr. Children Of Eden Jr. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Jr. Dear Edwina Jr. Doctor Dolittle Jr. Elf The Musical Jr. Fame Jr. Fiddler on the Roof Jr. Finian's Rainbow Jr. Flat Stanley Jr. Frozen Jr. (Disney) A Ghost Tale for Mr. Dickens Jr. (Magic Tree House) Godspell Jr. Guys and Dolls Jr. Hairspray Jr. High School Musical Jr. (Disney) High School Musical 2 Jr. (Disney) Honk! Jr. Into the Woods Jr. James and the Giant Peach Jr. (Roald Dahl) Junie B. Jones Jr. Legally Blonde Jr. The Lion King Jr. (Disney) The Little Mermaid Jr. (Disney) Madagascar - A Musical Adventure Jr. Mary Poppins Jr. (Disney/Cameron Mackintosh) Matilda Jr. (Roald Dahl) Moana Jr. (Disney) The Music Man Jr. My Son Pinocchio Jr. (Disney) Once on This Island Jr. Peter Pan Jr. (Broadway) The Phantom Tollbooth Jr. The Pirates of Penzance Jr. Schoolhouse Rock Live! Jr. Seussical Jr. Shrek Jr. Singin' In The Rain Jr. Sister Act Jr. Thoroughly Modern Millie Jr. Willy Wonka Jr. (Roald Dahl) Xanadu Jr. 30-Min.ute Musicals [KIDS] 30-Minute Musicals 101 Dalmatians KIDS (Disney) Aladdin KIDS (Disney) Annie KIDS Aristocats KIDS (Disney) Dinosaurs Before Dark KIDS (Magic Tree House) Frozen KIDS (Disney) The Jungle Book KIDS (Disney) The Knight at Dawn KIDS (Magic Tree House) The Lion King KIDS (Disney) The Music Man KIDS Pirates Past Noon KIDS (Magic Tree House) Seussical KIDS Willy Wonka KIDS (Roald Dahl) Winnie the Pooh KIDS (Disney) A Year with Frog and Toad KIDS Product Information Musical Numbers Cast of Characters Credits Book by Abe Burrows & Jo Swerling Music & Lyrics by Frank Loesser Originally Directed on Broadway by George S. Kaufman Overview / Synopsis One of Broadway's most hilarious shows, Guys and Dolls has been described as the perfect musical comedy. It is primarily based on Damon Runyon's short story "The Idyll of Miss Sarah Brown," which describes the unlikely romance between a pure at heart urban missionary and a slick Broadway gambler. The show's second romantic storyline involves Nathan Detroit and Miss Adelaide, who have been engaged for fourteen years. Nathan organizes "the oldest established, permanent floating craps game in New York," and Adelaide is the main attraction at the Hot Box nightclub. Guys and Dolls opened on Broadway on November 24, 1950. Producers Cy Feuer and Ernest Martin assembled an exceptional team to bring Runyon's hard-shelled, but basically softhearted characters to the stage. The team, which included composer/lyricist Frank Loesser, co-book writer Abe Burrows, director George S. Kaufman, and choreographer Michael Kidd, created an instant hit, praised by reviewers as one of the most well constructed book musicals in Broadway history. Guys and Dolls has had several successful Broadway revivals and tours, and is one of the most produced shows worldwide. The Broadway Junior version has the approval of the author's estate and was first produced in 1998. Audio Sampler - HL08754784 $10.00 ShowKit - HL09971718 $695.00 This ShowKit includes: 30 Actor's Scripts Piano/Vocal Score Director's Guide 2 Performance/Accompaniment CDs Choreography DVD Media Disc 30 Family Matters Booklets 60-Minute JR. Request Individual Components 09971714 - Piano/Vocal Score $40.00 09971713 - Director's Guide $100.00 09971717 - Actor's Script $10.00 09971742 - Actor's Script 10 Pak $75.00 09971715 - Performance/Accompaniment CD $75.00 09971716 - Choreography DVD $50.00 09971720 - Student Rehearsal CD $10.00 09971743 - Student Rehearsal CD 20 Pak $100.00 09971719 - Media Disc $10.00 08754784 - Audio Sampler $10.00 Hear A Sample Scene 1 Fugue for Tinhorns [Nicely, Benny, Rusty Charlie, opt. Ensemble] Follow the Fold [Sarah and the Mission Band] The Oldest Established [Nicely, Benny, Nathan and Crapshooters] Scene 2 I'll Know [Sarah and Sky] Scene 3 A Bushel and a Peck [Adelaide and Dolls] Adelaide's Lament [Adelaide] Scene 4 Guys and Dolls [Nicely, Benny, opt. Ensemble] Scene 7 If I Were a Bell [Sarah] Scene 8 I've Never Been in Love Before [Sarah and Sky] Scene 9 Adelaide's Second Lament [Adelaide] Scene 11 Luck Be a Lady [Sky, Crapshooters] Scene 13 Sit Down You're Rockin' the Boat [Nicely, Ensemble] Scene 14 Marry the Man Today [Adelaide, Sarah] Scene 15 The Happy Ending [The Company] Nathan Detroit Nathan Detroit needn't be a great singer, but should be a good actor with excellent comic timing. Adelaide Adelaide needn't be a great singer, but must have a strong character voice and a good sense of pitch. She needs to be able to do a New York accent and have good comic timing. Sky Masterson Sky Masterson is the quintessential, smooth as velvet Broadway gambler. He needn't be a great singer, but MUST be able to own the stage in "Luck Be a Lady." Sarah Brown Sarah Brown is the girl next door with a more adventurous side that's waiting to get out. She must be an excellent singer and a good actor. Arvide Abernathy Arvide Abernathy is Sarah's grandfather. May also be cast as a girl, changing to Sarah's grandmother. Benny Southstreet Benny Southstreet is a gambler. Rusty Charlie Rusty Charlie is a gambler. Harry the Horse Harry the Horse is a gambler. Lt. Brannigan Lt. Brannigan is a New York City cop. General Cartwright General Cartwright is head of the Save-a-Soul mission. Big Jule Big Jule is a very tough, gun-toting gangster from Chicago. Mimi Mimi is a doll. Angie the Ox Angie the Ox is a gambler. Guys Guys - The rest of your male ensemble (except for the mission band) can be cast as "guys." They are the crapshooters, gamblers, workers, New York City folks of all types. Dolls Dolls - The Dolls are your Hot Box girls and other ensemble females. You will want to designate your Hot Box girls as your preferred singers and dancers. Frequently, you will have many more girls than boys audition, so you may want to cast some of your girls as "guys." Mission Band Mission Band includes Agatha and Calvin. You can fill out the ensemble of your production by adding as many members of the Mission Band as your stage can accommodate.
Legally Blonde Jr. - Broadway Junior Menu LEARN MORE About Broadway Junior What Comes With the Showkit™? How to License a Broadway Junior Musical Order an Audio Sampler Frequently Asked Questions 60-Min.ute Musicals [JR.] 60-Minute Musicals Aladdin Jr. (Disney) Alice in Wonderland Jr. (Disney) Annie Jr. Beauty and the Beast Jr. (Disney) Bugsy Malone Jr. Children Of Eden Jr. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Jr. Dear Edwina Jr. Doctor Dolittle Jr. Elf The Musical Jr. Fame Jr. Fiddler on the Roof Jr. Finian's Rainbow Jr. Flat Stanley Jr. Frozen Jr. (Disney) A Ghost Tale for Mr. Dickens Jr. (Magic Tree House) Godspell Jr. Guys and Dolls Jr. Hairspray Jr. High School Musical Jr. (Disney) High School Musical 2 Jr. (Disney) Honk! Jr. Into the Woods Jr. James and the Giant Peach Jr. (Roald Dahl) Junie B. Jones Jr. Legally Blonde Jr. The Lion King Jr. (Disney) The Little Mermaid Jr. (Disney) Madagascar - A Musical Adventure Jr. Mary Poppins Jr. (Disney/Cameron Mackintosh) Matilda Jr. (Roald Dahl) Moana Jr. (Disney) The Music Man Jr. My Son Pinocchio Jr. (Disney) Once on This Island Jr. Peter Pan Jr. (Broadway) The Phantom Tollbooth Jr. The Pirates of Penzance Jr. Schoolhouse Rock Live! Jr. Seussical Jr. Shrek Jr. Singin' In The Rain Jr. Sister Act Jr. Thoroughly Modern Millie Jr. Willy Wonka Jr. (Roald Dahl) Xanadu Jr. 30-Min.ute Musicals [KIDS] 30-Minute Musicals 101 Dalmatians KIDS (Disney) Aladdin KIDS (Disney) Annie KIDS Aristocats KIDS (Disney) Dinosaurs Before Dark KIDS (Magic Tree House) Frozen KIDS (Disney) The Jungle Book KIDS (Disney) The Knight at Dawn KIDS (Magic Tree House) The Lion King KIDS (Disney) The Music Man KIDS Pirates Past Noon KIDS (Magic Tree House) Seussical KIDS Willy Wonka KIDS (Roald Dahl) Winnie the Pooh KIDS (Disney) A Year with Frog and Toad KIDS Product Information Musical Numbers Cast of Characters Credits Music & Lyrics by Laurence O'Keefe & Nell Benjamin Book by Heather Hach Based on the novel by Amanda Brown and the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer motion picture Overview / Synopsis One Act, Book Musical, Pop / Rock, Rated G Broadway Junior Version  Harvard's beloved blonde takes the stage by glittery pink storm in this fun and upbeat musical. (60-MINUTE VERSION FOR YOUNG PERFORMERS) A fabulously fun international award-winning musical based on the adored movie, LEGALLY BLONDE JR., follows the transformation of Elle Woods as she tackles stereotypes, snobbery, and scandal in pursuit of her dreams. Adapted for younger performers and based on the popular movie, this show features an upbeat original score that's sure to leave cast members and audiences alike seeing pink! When Elle's high school boyfriend Warner dumps her and heads to Harvard, claiming she's not "serious" enough, Elle takes matters into her own hands, crafting a showy song-and-dance personal essay and charming her way into law school. Befriending classmate Emmett and spunky hairdresser Paulette along the way, Elle finds that books and looks aren't mutually exclusive - in fact, law may be her natural calling after all as she quickly begins outsmarting her peers. LEGALLY BLONDE JR. features a large, expandable cast, lead and supporting roles for male and female actors, as well as energetic production numbers. The show's sense of humor, as well as its themes of self-empowerment and open-mindedness, make LEGALLY BLONDE JR. ideal for young performers. At the Delta Nu sorority house, word is out that Elle Woods is going to dinner to get engaged to her beau Warner Huntington III ("Omigod You Guys"). Margo, Serena and Pilar lead the other Delta Nus to the mall, where Elle is having trouble choosing the right dress for the occasion. Later at dinner, just when Elle is sure Warner is going to propose, he breaks up with her, explaining that with his departure for Harvard Law School, it's time to get serious ("Serious"). Devastated, Elle locks herself in her room. Twelve days later, the Delta Nus finally get Elle to emerge ("Daughter of Delta Nu"). Elle realizes the only solution to her heartache is to get into Harvard Law and prove to Warner she's serious enough for him ("What You Want"). Sorority sister Kate helps Elle study for the LSAT, and after several attempts and a lot of hard work, Elle's application comes upon Harvard Admissions. Lowell, Winthrop and Pforzheimer, three Harvard admissions coordinators, decide to admit Elle after a very extravagant song and dance (which she submits in lieu of a personal essay) citing love as her main motivation.  On the first day of class, Elle meets her fellow first-year law classmates, Aaron, Padamadan and Enid, as well as Warner, who is shocked to see her on campus. Callahan (the most feared teacher at Harvard) kicks Elle out of class for being unprepared at the suggestion of classmate Vivienne Kensington. Callahan's TA, Emmett, tries to console Elle, but her mood only worsens when Warner confesses to Elle that Vivienne is his new girlfriend. Elle finds the nearest salon and meets Paulette, who commiserates with her situation ("Ireland"). Afterward, Elle runs into Vivienne who invites her to a costume party. Elle attends, hoping to see Warner, but is dismayed to discover she is the only one who wore a costume - much to Vivienne's delight. On the way home, Elle meets Emmett, who tells Elle how hard he's worked to get where he is and encourages her to do the same ("Chip On My Shoulder"). Time is passing quickly at law school and Elle is working harder than ever, eventually winning her first court case in class and receiving a recommendation to apply for Callahan's internship. With her newfound confidence, Elle helps Paulette win her dog back from her estranged boyfriend, Dewey. Back at Harvard, Warner and Vivienne win two of Callahan's coveted internship positions, and Warner proposes to Vivienne on the spot right in front of Elle. Before her heart can break, Emmett shows her the internship list, and Elle is ecstatic to discover her name is on it as well ("So Much Better").  The interns quickly jump into the case of fitness video guru Brooke Wyndham, who is accused of killing her wealthy husband. After watching her fitness video ("Whipped into Shape"), the interns meet her at a correctional facility where she refuses to give her alibi to anyone but Elle, thanks to their Delta Nu sisterhood ("Delta Nu Nu Nu"). In confidence, Brooke shares with Elle that she was getting liposuction the day her husband was killed, so there is no way she could be guilty, but no one can know because her fitness empire would be destroyed. The other interns demand that Elle give up Brooke's alibi, but Elle refuses to go against her Delta Nu pledge.  Back at the salon, Paulette has eyes for the UPS delivery man, Kyle, but isn't confident enough to go after him. Elle teaches her a guaranteed move to win any guy's affections - the Bend and Snap ("Bend and Snap"), but when Paulette tries it, she accidentally breaks Kyle's nose. Elle returns to the case, but Callahan has a different agenda and tries to kiss her, just as Vivienne returns, unnoticed. Elle rejects Callahan's advances and is fired. Defeated, she prepares to go home convinced she was only ever seen as a joke, even though Emmett asks her to stay, finally realizing that he is in love with her ("Legally Blonde"). Elle stops by the salon to say goodbye to Paulette, but Vivienne - who witnessed what happened to Elle in Callahan's office and finally understands her - convinces her to keep fighting. The entire salon rallies behind Elle as she heads back to the courtroom ("Legally Blonde - Remix") where Brooke fires Callahan and hires Elle to continue her defense.  Everyone is present to witness Elle's first day in court, including Paulette and Kyle (now a couple), Margo, Serena, Pilar and the other Delta Nus. Brooke's stepdaughter Chutney takes the stand, testifying that when she got out of the shower, she witnessed Brooke standing over her father's body, covered in blood. When asked what she had been doing earlier that day, Chutney reveals she had gotten a perm, and Elle realizes a flaw in Chutney's alibi - she couldn't possibly have showered the same day as receiving a perm or her hair would be flattened. Since her perm is still intact, she has obviously lied about her alibi. Under some intense questioning from Elle, Chutney accidentally reveals that she killed her father, mistaking him for Brooke. Elle wins the case and Brooke is set free. Warner tries to propose to Elle, but she gently refuses, having gained her independence and a desire to be the best she can be ("Find My Way"). Three years later, Elle is made valedictorian of her class, and in her commencement speech she proposes to Emmett, who accepts. Everyone celebrates their legally blonde friend and heroine, Elle Woods ("Finale"). Audio Sampler - HL00125163 $10.00 ShowKit - HL00125152 $695.00 This ShowKit includes: 30 Actor's Books Choreography DVD Director's Guide 30 Family Matters Booklets Media Disk 2 Performance/Accompaniment CDs Piano/Vocal Score 60-Minute JR. Request Individual Components 00125153 - Director's Guide $100.00 00125154 - Piano/Vocal Score $40.00 00125155 - Actor's Script $10.00 00125156 - Actor's Script 10-Pak $75.00 00125157 - Rehearsal/Accompaniment CD $75.00 00125158 - Student Rehearsal CD $10.00 00125159 - Student Rehearsal CD 20-Pak $100.00 00125160 - Choreography DVD $50.00 00125161 - Media Disc $10.00 00125163 - Audio Sampler $10.00 Hear A Sample Omigod You Guys (Part 1) Omigod You Guys (Part 2) Serious (Part 1) Serious (Part 2) Daughter of Delta Nu What You Want (Part 1) What You Want (Part 2) What You Want (Part 3) Ireland Chip On My Shoulder (Part 1) Chip On My Shoulder (Part 2) Chip On My Shoulder (Part 3) Run Rufus Run!/Elle Reflects So Much Better Whipped Into Shape Delta Nu Nu Nu And Snap Bend And Snap Legally Blonde Legally Blonde Remix (Part 1) Legally Blonde Remix (Part 2) Legally Blonde Remix (Part 3) Scene Of The Crime (Part 2) Find My Way/Finale Cast Size Large (over 20), Flexible Cast Type Ensemble Cast - Many featured roles, Mainly Women, Showcases trained dancers, Showcases trained singers, Star Vehicle - Female, Teenage Roles Dance Requirement Heavy (Extensive Dance Sections/Solos), Standard (Musical Staging/Some Dance/Optional) AARON SCHULTZ, SUNDEEP AGRAWAL PADAMADAN and ENID HOOPES Three law students with academic credits that would intimidate anyone. BROOKE WYNDAM An exercise video mogul who is also a former sorority girl. She is energetic and charismatic, yet currently on trial for murder. Range: A3-D5 CHUTNEY WYNDHAM Brooke's unhappy stepdaughter with a really bad perm and an even worse attitude. DEWEY Paulette's brash ex-husband who lives in a trailer and holds her dog captive. ELLE WOODS The quintessential Valley Girl may appear like a typical blonde California sorority girl, but don't count her out. She is hardworking, optimistic and tenacious. Range: F#3-Eb5 EMMETT FORREST A smart and sensitive law student who takes Elle under his wing. He is charming, quirky, loveable, and friendly. Range: C3-F#4 ENSEMBLE WAITERS, DELTA NUS, FRAT BOYS, GREEK CHORUS, STUDENTS and INMATES. GAELEN, JUDGE, JET BLUE PILOT, SALESWOMAN, STORE MANAGER, PRISON GUARD, BOOKISH CLIENT and SABRINA Featured roles for young performers who may have less experience on the stage but have vibrant personalities. GRANDMASTER CHAD A fun cameo role for a young guy who is a great musician but may be less experienced onstage. Range: D3-D4 KATE A featured Delta Nu sister - the acedemic of the bunch. Range: Bb3-Db5 KIKI THE COLORIST, CASHIER and STYLIST Part of Paulette's entourage at the salon who are very adept at the "Bend and Snap." Range: C4-A4 KYLE The delivery man who Paulette has her eyes on each time his job brings him to the salon. MARGOT, SERENA, and PILAR Elle's trio of best friends and Delta Nu sisters. Range: F#3-C#5 PAULETTE A brash, caring, optimistic hair stylist who is friends with Elle and longs to find a man for herself. Range: A3-Bb4 PROFESSOR CALLAHAN The most-feared professor at Harvard Law School. Range: Bb2-F#4 VIVIENNE KENSINGTON A smart, savvy, and uptight law student and Warner's fiancee who initially dismisses Elle, but grows to be her friend. Range: A3-Eb5 WARNER HUNTINGTON III A good-looking but shallow and pompous guy who breaks Elle's heart and heads off to Harvard Law. He is caught between his former life with Elle and his newfound serious East Coast life with Vivienne. Range: D3-F4 WHITNEY Vivienne's law school friend and partner in mischief when it comes to bringing down Elle. WINTHROP, LOWELL and PFORZHEIMER Three admissions officers of Harvard Law School who eventually admit Elle into the program after some critical evaluation.